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What Is Ocean?

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An Ocean is one type of a deep water where life is said too be existed. To you, ocean and sea may be the same but to scientists (and especially me) think it's different. They have a lot in common but sea is the watery bit where it is closer to land and ocean is more deeper and further away. An ocean has different types of wildlife and life there e.g: Fishes, whales, dolphins, seal, penguins, plankton and much, much more! Oceans contain about 87% of salt and is usually why it's so salty. Throwing rubbish including junk helps the ocean to become more weaker. It also kills lots of sea-creature and makes it look horrible! Help the enviroment by picking up rubbish and not littering it!
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A ocean is a body of water that covers about 70% of earths surface.
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The word ocean is derived from the word Okeanos. It is body of saline water which is the component of hydrophere. Almost 71% of the surface of earth is covered by oceans. The size and depth of oceans can vary in the world like most of the oceans have average depth of 3,000 meters (9,800 ft). The salinity range of water of ocean is 30 to 38 ppt.

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