How Many Oceans Are There
- Pacific Ocean ~ The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the world's oceans.
- Atlantic Ocean ~ The Atlantic Ocean is the world's richest fishing waters. Interesting Atlantic Ocean Facts: The Atlantic Ocean formed during the Jurassic Period. The first ocean to ever be crossed by an airplane.
- Indian Ocean
- Southern Ocean
- Arctic Ocean
Two Seas of Our Five Oceans
- the Mediterranean Sea.
- the Caribbean Sea.
Find our how you can help save the Ocean? Saving The Ocean:
Features of Our Oceans
Pacific Ocean Conditions
Fun Facts For Youth:
Atolls are in the warmer conditions of the Pacific Ocean and are the Coral Sea Islands West of the Barrier Reef in Australia. Atolls are only found in the warm ocean waters, located in the southern water bodies of our ocean.
The Pacific Ocean is also the home for the most micro plastics floating in our oceans. The plastic are caused by humans littering by accident or just littering. Plastic makes its way to the ocean in many directions by getting into street drains, rivers, blowing in the wind, or from fishing boats.
6 Types of Plants That Live in the Pacific Ocean
- Kelp. Kelp grows in cold coastal water bodies.
- Red Algae
- Coral and Algae
- Coralline Algae
The Atlantic Ocean ranks the second for the most dangerous ocean waters in the world. This ocean water is usually affected by coastal winds, temperature of the water surface and the water currents.
6 Types of Plants That Live in the Atlantic Ocean
- Kelp. Kelp grows in cold coastal waters. ...
- Seaweed. ...
- Seagrass. ...
- Red Algae. ...
- Coral and Algae. ...
- Coralline Algae.
How many people live in the Antarctic? No humans live in Antarctica permanently, but around 1,000 to 5,000 people live through the year at the science stations in Antarctica. The only plants and animals that can live in cold live there. The animals include penguins, seals, nematodes, tardigrades and mites.
Science Marine Ocean Debris kit
One pound of Ocean plastic for students of all ages to observe during class room discussion about the plastic and how it harms our environment. Marine Debris Kit will include one jar of mix plastic small and micro sizes, marine debris rope, large plastic fragments, with with free printable Ocean Currents maps for students to review. Maps can be printed at this site on our website. https://www.oceanblueproject.org/ocean-current-maps.html
All orders are processed in the order received. Current shipping times for all orders within the United States are approximately 2-3 weeks from order date or less.
Schools: If you are a school and like to order a large amount of kits please contact Karisa@oceanblueproject.org. You can also obtain a W9 if needed and printed invoice for your school.
Save The Turtles Bracelet
Save The Turtles Bracelet - African Glass beads are hand made by members of the Krobo Tribe that reside in Ghana, Africa.
Your donation for this bracelet, you will help our team clean ocean beaches, save the turtles, and help save millions of marine sea mammals in our ocean.
We may contact you by email to check on your exact size.
Visit Maps of our world Oceans
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Maps of The Ocean
Map of Garbage Patch Trash In Our Oceans