The Persian Gulf contains the warmest sea water in the world at 35 degrees Celsius. The Red Sea follows with a temperature of 32 degrees Celsius. More »

The warmest ocean in the world is the Indian Ocean. Parts of the Indian Ocean exceed temperatures of 82 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

Oceans cover the majority of the Earth's surface, which is why the Earth appears blue from outer space. Oceans cover over 129 million square miles of Earth, which is about 65.7 percent of the Earth's surface. The deepest... More »

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The warmest ocean in the world is the Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean, which borders Africa, Asia and Australia on three sides, is located entirely in tropical zones, although it is subject to receiving colder waters from... More »

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The warmest ocean in the world is the Indian Ocean. Parts of the Indian Ocean exceed temperatures of 82 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

Unlike fresh water, which freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, sea water freezes at 28.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The 3.6-degree difference in freezing temperature is due to the salt that is found in sea water, making it slightl... More »

The salts and minerals in the world's oceans and seas are dissolved from rocks on land. Streams and rivers carry the salts to the sea. More »