Some facts about Atlantic Ocean


The Atlantic Ocean lies between North and South America on the west and Europe and Africa on the east. Up north, the Atlantic Ocean is associated with the Icy Sea, and toward the south, it is associated with the Southern Ocean.

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-biggest sea, covering around one-fifth of the world’s surface. The sea’s name, got from Greek folklore, implies the “Ocean of Chart book.” The most established known notice of this name is contained in The Chronicles of Herodotus around 450 BC (I 202).

The ocean is home to numerous species, from ocean turtles to dolphins.

There are ten oceans lining the Atlantic Sea.

These incorporate the Baltic Ocean, Dark Ocean, Caribbean Ocean, Davis
Waterway, Denmark Waterway, part of the Drake Section, Inlet of Mexico,
Labrador Ocean, Mediterranean Ocean, North Ocean, Norwegian Ocean, practically
the entirety of the Scotia Ocean, and other feeder water bodies.

Ocean is blue since water retains colors in the red piece of the light range. Like a channel, this abandons colors in the blue piece of the light range so that us could see. It may likewise take on green, red, or different tints as light skips off of drifting residue and particles in the water.


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