What is the name of the world's saltiest sea?
Though landlocked, the Dead Sea is considered to be the world's saltiest sea.
It is the Dead Sea.
The dead sea
It is the Dead Sea.
The name of the world's saltiest lake is the Don Juan Pond. The Don Juan Pond is in Antarctica and is 44 percent salt.
The Dead Sea is the saltiest sea in the world.
i read somewhere that pacific is the saltiest one in the world __ The Dead Sea is the saltiest sea in the world. It's 10 times saltier than the ocean.
The saltiest ocean in the world is the northern portion of the Atlantic Ocean. However the saltiest body of water in the world is Don Juan Pond in Antarctica and the saltiest sea is the Dead Sea.
It is not just considered the saltiest sea in the world; it is the saltiest sea in the world. The Dead Sea has the highest concentration of salt per cubic foot of water than any other saltwater sea in the world.
T he Red Sea is the saltiest ocean in the world.
The Dead Sea
the Indian Ocean
No. The Atlantic Ocean is the saltiest ocean. The Dead Sea is the saltiest body of water, but it is not an ocean.
The Dead Sea is the saltiest river so you can float on the river.
The second saltiest sea in the world is the Caspian Sea. It contains 35% salt. This is due to a lagoon located within this sea called, GarabogazkÃ¶l.
It's not really a "sea", but a lake. It it is still not the saltiest body of water on earth. The title would go to Don Juan Lake in Antarctica.
the dead sea
Baltic sea. 100% sure.
The Dead Sea in Jordan, Middle East.
The saltiest of the four major oceans is the Atlantic Ocean. The Dead Sea is much saltier, but is not an ocean it is a lake. The Dead Sea is so salty nothing can live in there. Most oceans are around 3.5% salt (35 parts per thousand (ppt)) The Dead Sea contains around 33.7% salt, it ranges in layers that are between 300 and 400 ppt
The saltiest ocean is in Asia. It is called the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is so salty nothing can live in there. Most are 3.5% salt. The Dead Sea contains 24% salt!
Is the saltiest body of water that is east of the Mediterranean Sea the Red Sea Dead Sea or Caspian Sea?
The Dead Sea is the saltiest body of water on Earth. It is also the lowest point on Earth, at 1300 feet (400 meters) below sea level.
yes, the Dead sea is the saltiest and deepest in elevation for a sea
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The Dead sea is the saltiest... it is so salty, nothing really can live there (except some microorganisms) ergo the name dead. There is a whopping 1.24 kg of salt in every Liter of water.
The Jordan River flows into the Dead Sea, the saltiest sea on Earth.
The Dead Sea, which has 10 times the salinity of the oceans
The Worlds Saltest sea is "The Dead Sea".It Contains around 116000000 tons of salt, the Dead sea is the saltiest sea on the face of this Earth. A big lake located in South-West Asia, the Dead sea is surrounded by Jordan on its Northern side while the southern half is divided between Jordan and Israel.
The Baltic Sea
The Atlantic ocean is the saltiest ocean in the world for two reasons. 1) It is an ocean. 2) The Dead sea is in its region.
The dead sea water has large salt deposits, which make it the saltiest sea in the world.
The Dead Sea is 400 metres below sea level and is fed by the river Jordan, but has no outlet to create a flow to reduce concentration. And it's not the saltiest. Lake Vanda, Lake Assal, Garabogazkol and Don Juan Pond are saltier.
The Red Sea is so salty it can support a humans bodyweight
The Dead Sea contains the saltiest water ever and if you were to lay on it you would float.
The Dead Sea. It has been estimated to be the saltiest major body of water in the world. Its name is derived from the fact that the water is far too salinated for marine inhabitation.
The source of the dead sea is all the salt that the water has (the dead sea is the saltiest body of water in the world).
The dead sea is the second saltiest body of water in the world, with a salt content of 33%.
the dead sea!!!!!
The Red Sea borders Saudi Arabia on the west. The Red Sea is known as the saltiest and warmest sea in the world.
Its the Don Juan Pond, being over 63% saline. (salty)
No. It's Don Juan Pond.
The Dead Sea. Nothing grows there nothing can live in it.
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The Dead Sea in Asia.
No, the Atlantic is the saltiest major ocean.
I suppose it would be the Dead Sea. It is a salt lake in the middle of Jordan and Israel. It is not a sea as its name suggest, but rather just a lake. It has a salinity of 33.7%, which in fact is 8 times as salty as normal sea water. As a result of its salinity, no animals or plants can grow near it, hence giving it the name "Dead sea".
Lake Assai in Djibouti, Africa is the third saltiest body of water. Its salinity percentage is approximately 34.8 percent. The saltiest body of water is Don Juan Pond in Antarctica at a salinity percentage of 40 percent. The Dead Sea ranks fourth on this list.
The Mediterranean Sea is less salty than the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is the saltiest water on earth because of the high level of evaporation.
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth at over 1200 ft below sea level. Is is also the saltiest and cannot support aquatic life. Its shores are the lowest point on the surface of the Earth on dry land. The Dead Sea is 378 m (1,240 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. It is also one of the world's saltiest bodies of water, with 33.7 percent salinity which makes it… Read More
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Yes, of course! There is A LOT of salt in the ocean, and that salt keeps u afloat. The dead sea is the saltiest sea, and the easiest one to float in.