That would appear to be Great Salt Lake in Utah.
The Bay of Biscay is located at 80 degrees north latitude 160 degrees west longitude. It is north of Spain.
There is no body of water at 30 degrees North, 75 degrees East. It is in Northern India.
That's in the water northwest of San Diego.
20 N 40 W is in the North Atlantic Ocean
The North Atlantic Ocean.
That is inside the entrance to Hudson Bay.
Essentially all of them on 1/4 of the Earth's surface do.
Fish, and salty water. COLD salty water. Cold DEEP salty water.
35 N 20 E is the Mediterranean Sea.
That's in the water southeast of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
If you were located at 20 degrees north latitude and 60 degrees west longitude, you would be in water, specifically in the Atlantic Ocean, north of the islands of Antigua and Barbuda in the Lesser Antilles.
Water. The point is offshore in the north Atlantic Ocean, about 270 miles east southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland.
The Caspian Sea. The Caspian Sea is a lake, not a sea, as it is an enclosed body of water.
Approximately 380 miles due east of Vilano Beach, Florida.
The coordinate of 42 degrees north 87 degrees west most closely matches the greater Chicago metropolitan area. The exact location of the coordinate is in the water of Lake Michigan.
Confluence.com reports: "Water: 68 km (42 mi.) from land." Another answer to your question is this: 23 degrees North and 90 degrees West is a latitude and longitude point on planet earth.
That puts you in the Bay of Biscay, about 106 miles north of Santander (Spain) and 167 miles west of Bordeaux (France).
In the water north of Kea, an island off the coast of Greece.
in the water East China Sea 65 miles offshore 93 miles east of the center of Shanghai
It is at the west side of Lake Michigan, in the water, about 9.3 miles east of Jacksonport in Door County, Wisconsin.
The longitude of "40 north 74 west" is 74 degrees west, and its latitude is 40 degrees north. The point is located in the water of the Atlantic Ocean, off the east coast of the USA, about 3.25 miles due east of the intersection of Grand Central Ave N and 3rd Ave, in Lavallette (Normandy Beach) NJ.
In water, somewhere off the coast of Africa.
That point is in the water in the Gulf of Finland, about 13.3 miles northwest of the center of St. Petersburg.
25 north latitude and 80 west longitude is actually water, about 60-70 km east from coasts of Miami.
The South Pacific Ocean.
That point is near the southern shore of Lake of the Woods in Minnesota, about 14 miles north-northeast of Roosevelt.
A lot of very cold salt water ! Those points (0.3 east and west longitude) are both in the Norwegian Sea, roughly midway between the coasts of Norway and Iceland.u
That point is in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Panama, about 45 miles north of the city of Colon at the north end of the Panama Canal.
A Water Tower in Spring Valley CA.
There can be no such body of water, because no place on Earth can have a latitude coordinate greater than 90 degrees. The north pole is at 90 degrees north latitude, and the south pole is at 90 degrees south latitude. Those points are the farthest north and south you can go, respectively.
That point is in the water off the coast of Costa Rica, about 11 miles west of Puntarenas.
The closest large body of water is the Gulf of Mexico.
That's in the water near Rio de Janeiro.
It depends what the missing number are !
There's no city there. That point is in the water in the Gulf of Mexico. It's about 30 miles north of the Yucatan coast near Rio Lagartos, and maybe 94 miles northwest of Cancun.
The body of water located at 37 degrees North latitude, 22 degrees East longitude, is the Messinian Bay. The bay (just off the coast of the Kalamata in Southern Greece) opens into the Messinian Gulf, which in turn opens into the Mediterranean Sea.
That point is in central Bangladesh, about 30 miles southwest of the center of Dhaka, just a few miles west of the west bank of the Ganges.
These coordinates are in the Pacific Ocean right on the Mindinao Trench, an area of VERY deep water. The Philippine Islands lie about 100 miles to the west.
This question could refer to any one of four locations. Latitudes are either north or south, while longitudes are east or west.
You would be swimming in the Gulf of Guinea, just off Africa.
15 S 75 74 E is the Indian Ocean. You have to put latitude and longitude, not two lines of latitude, as in the question.
That point is out in the big middle of the Red Sea, but the whole Red Sea is not located at those coordinates. Any other point in the Red Sea has different latitude and/or longitude.
That point is in the Gulf of Guinea, about 380 miles south of Accra, Ghana.
countries and states and water are on the lines of latitude and longitude.
That point is located roughly 60 miles north-northeast of La Paz in Mexico's Baja California Sur province, about midway between the peninsula and the Mexican mainland in the Gulf of California.
None, unless you know something the map-makers don't know. That point is out in Lake Michigan, surrounded by water, about 12 miles west-southwest of Leland, Michigan.
The coordinates put the location in Utah's Great Salt Lake.
That point is on land about 8 miles west of theshore of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. It's about 16 miles north of I-80, and almost but not quite inside Hill Air Force Base.
There's no city there. That point is in the sea, about 6 miles off the southwest coast of Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan's major islands. If you're fishing for 'Tokyo', your cast has landed in the water about 430 miles north of the target.