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www.divein.com/articles/ocean-facts

From the mesmerizing marine life to the waters themselves, it seems as though we will never know all the secrets of the sea. Check out this favorite clip from a favorite movie about fascinating facts about the ocean:

www.factinate.com/places/40-deep-facts-oceans

The word sea is often used interchangeably with “ocean” in American English but, strictly speaking, a sea is a body of saline water partly or fully enclosed by land. Marine life evolved in a completely different environment them we did as land dwellers. This has led to the development of an almost alien world below the surface.

www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/ioc-oceans/focus-areas/rio-20-ocean/blueprint...

The ocean constitutes over 90% of the habitable space on the planet. The ocean has a much higher phylogenetic diversity: 30% of phyla are exclusively marine, whereas only one phylum is exclusively terrestrial. By the year 2100, without significant changes, more than half of the world’s marine species may stand on the brink of extinction.

www.greenpeace.org/usa/oceans/wildlife-facts

Ocean Wildlife Facts. facebook; Twitter; Email; Our oceans are home to some of the most magnificent and unusual creatures on Earth. A critically endangered hawksbill turtle swims over the coral gardens at Kanawa Island near Flores, Indonesia. The island is located in the Komodo National Park.

see-the-sea.org/facts/facts-body.htm

FACTS ABOUT OCEAN LIFE. Life began in the seas 3.1 billion to 3.4 billion years ago. Land dwellers appeared 400 million years ago; a relatively recent point in the geologic time line. The blue whale, Balaenoptera musculus, is the largest known animal ever to have lived on sea or land. They can reach over 110 feet and weigh almost 200 tons (more ...

www.savethesea.org/STS ocean_facts.htm

Interesting Ocean Facts. Area: about 140 million square miles (362 million sq km), or nearly 71% of the Earth's surface. Average Depth: 12,200 feet (3,720 m). Deepest point: 36,198 feet (11,033 m) in the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific. Mountains: The ocean ridges form a great mountain range, almost 40,000 miles (64,000 km) long, that weaves its way through all the major oceans.

www.worldwildlife.org/habitats/ocean-habitat

Oceans contain the greatest diversity of life on Earth. From the freezing polar regions to the warm waters of the tropics and deep sea hydrothermal vents to shallow seagrass beds, marine organisms abound. Humans rely on the oceans for their important natural resources. Fishing is the principal livelihood for over 200 million people and provides the main source of protein for more than a billion.

www.animalfactsencyclopedia.com/Ocean-animals.html

X-rays of dolphin flippers reveal the remnants on life on land - three long finger-like digits, and one very short bone that is disappearing through adaption to a fully aquatic life. Scientists believe the dolphins ancestors still lived at least partially on land about 65 to 70 million years ago. a few more ocean Animal facts.

unbelievable-facts.com/2017/10/facts-about-deep-sea-creatures.html

Yet life thrives there far more diverse and numerous than anywhere else on Earth. The extreme conditions of deep sea have led to extreme evolution and bizarre characteristics. Here are some facts about deep-sea creatures that illustrate the strangeness of life at extreme depths.

deepoceanfacts.com

2. The Atlantic Ocean. Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean in the world by covering the area of 106,400,000 square kilometers. It is surrounded by by America in the west and Europe and Africa in the east. This ocean consists of the Mediterranean Sea, Caribbean Sea, Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.