Oceans and Seas

What are The earths oceans?

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2010-06-21 19:30:16
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1. Atlantic

2. Pacific

3. Indian

4. Arctic

5. Southern
5 Oceans in the world 1. Pacific Ocean 2. Atlantic Ocean 3. Indian ocean 4. Arctic Ocean 5. The World Ocean
Pacific;NorthAtlantic;South Atlantic;Indian;Arctic.Yep, that's 5.....
Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, Arctic.
Arctic ,Indian ,Pacific ,Atlantic ,and i don't know the last one sorry
North and South pacific, North and South Atlantic, Indian and Arctic
Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, and Arctic. See the Related Link below for more details.

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