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How do you spell Pacific Ocean?
It is between New Zealand and South-America. It is left of North and South America, right of Asia and Australia. west of North/South America, east of Asia, north of the …Southern Ocean, which lies around Australia The Pacific Ocean is between Asia and Australia in the east and the Americas in the west.
No, it is the largest ocean. It might not be the longest, although it sort of is the longest joint with the Atlantic Ocean, but its definitely the widest. The smallest ocean… is the Arctic Ocean.
Firstly, Pacific is capitalized. Yes, you capitalize both Pacific and Ocean, since they are both part of the name.
The name is derived from the Latin name Tepre Pacificum, 'peaceful sea', bestowed upon it by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. Pacific means peaceful. Ferd…inand Magellan named the Pacific Ocean 'pacific', after passing through the Straits of Magellan and around Cape Horn, because it seemed so calm and peaceful in comparison to the stormy waters he had just sailed through.
Only some of it which is known as the Equatorial Pacific, or Tropical Pacific. The rest of the pacific isn't tropical though
Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean anyway!
The Pacific Ocean is located in the region known as the southern ocean. Many people disagree on its boundaries and do not consider it part of the southern ocean.
That is how you spell Pacific .
the pacific ocean is an ocean by itself. there are no oceans in the pacific ocean beside the pacific ocean.
The Atlantic ocean
You actually could do a lot. You could fish, go boating, swim, surf, etc.
yes the 2 most populated oceans are the Atlantic and the Pacific ocean.
If you cross North or South America, you will find the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast.
No. The Atlantic Ocean is the saltiest ocean. The Dead Sea is the saltiest body of water, but it is not an ocean.
The ocean itself can be said to be owned by no one or owned by everyone living on this Earth. Governments do "own" the three-mile buffer of any ocean that flows into it's land… boundaries. Governments own land and the waters upon the land. Since the Pacific Ocean is not land, nor is it habitable by humans, it cannot be made into a state. The Pacific Ocean contains 20,000 to 30,000 islands, many of which are inhabited and have their own governments. So you can hear people refer to one or more "Pacific States" in referring to these governments.
Yes, because it is part of the name. It should be Pacific Ocean.