Divergent boundaries because the plates are going away from one another.
In the exodus story in Exodus, the Red Sea Parted one time.
A lake is formed by a river, is landlocked and flows out by means of a river. Asea can be marginal, a marginal sea is surrounded by land but has an escape directly to the sea and can be fed also by the sea. Example: lake of Gaililee is formed by the water from the Hermon Mount and the former...
That is the Arabian peninsula.
Soft coral, Polyclad Flatworm, Lion fish, clownfish, stingrays, eels, carpet flathead, octopus, hermit crabs and other fish. A variety of marine animals can live in the Red Sea. There are many forms of coral, flatworms, fish and eels. There are also some dangerous creatures, such as an electric ray...
God did not want to take the Hebrews in the short way along the sea, because he thought that they will run back if they will have to fight. God took them through the desert, but still they would run back to Egypt because they wish to get the free food, meat and watermelon they had. So God opened...
The Roman emperor Trajan ordered the rebuilding of the Nile-Red Sea canal in about 117AD.
Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
in between Africa and Asia
I am sure it is due to geologic reasons. However, on the environmental side of things, the Red Sea has a huge coral reef that is world class. In the 1970s, it was the largest untouched coral reef in the world. Not sure of its status now, with shipping and garbage being dumped.
Oceans and seas are blue because the water in them reflects the other colors and absorbs the color blue at the surface.as you descend,however,the color of the water changes.
=== Answer === The Hebrews and Moses went through the sea on dry land. === Exodus 14:21-22 (King James Version) === 21And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters...
God did but he used Moses
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen are the Middle Eastern countries that border the Red Sea.Additionally, Israel and Jordan have outlets on the Gulf of Aqabah which is an arm of the Red Sea, but not the Red Sea itself.
The Israelites were not lead by god with any special thing to guide them to the red sea. But god guided them in the wilderness , by a pillar of cloud in the day and a pillar of light in the night.
if you read the bible god named the red sea i think! It takes its name from algae that grows in the sea and certain times of the year turns red
The Suez Canal connects the two seas.
This has been a mistranslation. Moses never crossed the RED SEA - he crossed the SEA OF REEDS. The Israelites were being pursued by a vengeful Pharaoh's army, and were trapped with this sea in front of them. Moses prayed, and God caused the waters to part - allowing them to cross safely. The...
it has coral reefs and interresting fish and animal:)
In the Book of Exodus, it writes that 600 hundred chariots, 50,000 horsemen and 200,000 armed footmen followed Moses to the Red Sea
People can float in the red sea because the red sea contains much salt, and the salt rises the density of the water. That is why one can float in water/\\.
It was god because because moses prayed and asked him to close the red sea.Every thing that moses did was god.
The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean and the Red sea.
you could catch him in the sea but you have 1 in a million so i would find a shiny magikarp then get him to evolve.
Moses received the ten commandments after the parting of the red sea. It was the next miracle that took place following that incident.Not directly after, but yes, chronologically Moses did receive them after parting the red sea.
Try looking under google maps.
No. there are numerous lakes and ponds all over the world smaller than The Red Sea.
There is no evidence of either Noah or Moses parting the Red Sea, in fact the weight of evidence is that there actually was no Exodus from Egypt.
Egypt, Sudan, and Eritrea.
God told moses to stretch out his rod, and the red sea parted in two.
All the freed Jews crossed over to the other side , after god parted the red sea. People who did not believe it. Then The Egyptian army drowned in the desert sand.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Pagrus major (formerly Chrysophrys major).
No. The Baltic Sea is smaller.
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The Red Sea got its name from a phenomenon caused by a type of algae called Trichodesmium Erythraeum, which is found in the sea. When these algae blooms die off the blue-green color of sea appears to change to reddish-brown color.
His childhood was spent in the kings palace, but he was a Hebrew by birth.
Several bodies of water separate Africa and Southwest Asia. Moving from northwest to southeast, they are: the Mediterranean Sea, the Suez Canal, the Gulf of Suez, the Red Sea, the Strait of Bab al-Mandeb, the Gulf of Aden, and the Indian Ocean.
First of all, there is no evidence that Moses ever parted the Red Sea, or even that there was an Exodus from Egypt as described in the Bible. In fact, there is near-unanimity among scholars that this did not really happen. If indeed the Red Sea was parted somewhere around 1440 BCE, then the Celts...
Humans pollute the oceans along with garbage and all that bad stuff. we put our poo in the waterplop!!!!!!!
There are no sea near Oslo. Oslo is situated in the end of the Oslo Fjord, which starts in the Skagerrak Sea. There are numerous lakes in the surrounding protected forestareas around Oslo
It the southern ocean that surrounds it.
The shorter route between Mecca and Aden is the land route.
The Bible says that Moses helped the Israelite people cross the RedSea. However, over 90 per cent of scholars are reported to believethat there never was an Exodus from Egypt as described in theBible; Moses never parted the Red Sea. Answer 2 Yes, Moses led the Israelites across the Sea of Reeds....
Because God made it Blue -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Water absorb long wavelengths of radiation as red, orange, yellow and green; reflection and refraction in water are not so important. And as consequence all we see is the...
In 1 cubic metre of the red sea you can extract 35kg of salt!! Hope this helps Jazzybaby xx how many cubic meters in the red sea?
The red sea was used for a source of food and as a route to trade goods.
No, Ethiopia does not border the Red Sea.
Yes Moses parted the Red sea.
It becomes wet not red wet ha ha ha
In December 1991 urchins from Maine were bringing fishermen about 40 cents per pound.
It is a tourist site for two reasons, one the crossing by Moses, two as it contains to much salt , it is impossible for you to drown in it.
The Arabian Sea lies southeast of Oman.
== Answer == When your body gets warm in any area blood will come to the surface of the skin to allow it to cool. Blood is red so the skin appears red. It's the reverse when you are cold. Your skin will turn bluish because blood will stay farther from the skin.
the deep waters are axonic. it has an average surface temperature of 8 degree C - 14 degree C. it has an average saltinity of 18 - 18.5.................thats all i know !!
Yes, the Red Sea is larger than the Baltic Sea.
Its special because of all the ship wrecks that lie under the deep water with its beautiful coral!!
For the most part, trade in Ancient Egypt went north or east. Nubia in modern Sudan was conquered for a period, but Nubia's sources were generally inland. The only trade down the Red Sea (or Sea of Reeds) was to Punt, a land of unknown location and erstwhile trade.
The Red Sea is the body of water that separates the Arabian Peninsula from Africa.
AnswerAccording the the Bible, Moses crossed the Red Sea, which lies between Egypt proper and the Sinai Peninsular. This is such an improbable miracle that some Christian apologists have sought to explain that perhaps it was not the Red Sea but a lesser body of water, such as the Reed Sea, that...
The Bab al Mandeb ("Gate of Scars") strait.
The Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland
Keep the buoy on your starboard side
the dead sea is the warmest because is is very salty
North of the Red Sea is the Suez Canal which leads into the Mediterranean Sea. South of the Red Sea is the Bab-el-Mandeb strait which leads into the Gulf of Aden, then the Arabian Sea and then the Indian Ocean. West of the Red Sea are Egypt, Sudan and Eritrea. East of it is Saudi Arabia and...