The earth's five oceans are the Indian, Arctic, Southern Antarctic, Atlantic and Pacific. Historically, countries around the world recognized four of the five oceans, excluding the Southern Antarctic Ocean from the count. The International Hydrographic Organization reco...
The four oceans of the world are the Atlantic, the Arctic, the Indian and the Pacific. In 2000, the International Hydrographic Organization named a fifth ocean, calling it the Southern Ocean.
The five named oceans of the world are the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Southern Oceans. In reality, Earth is covered by one global ocean.
The five oceans of the world, arranged by size, include the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern and the Arctic. The oceans form part of the earth's hydrosphere and cover approximately 71 percent of the earth's surface.
The world has five named oceans: the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Southern. In reality, Earth is covered by one global ocean, but the ocean has been divided into these five regions for geographic, historical and scientific purposes.
There are only five named oceans: the Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans. By some accounts, the Seven Seas include both South and North Pacific and Atlantic bodies of water, accounting for the two additional seas.
The Pacific Ocean is the world's largest ocean. With an area of 63.8 million square miles, or 165.25 million square kilometers, it covers around a third of the Earth's total area, more than all the land in the world.