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A storm system called a 'Tropical Cyclone' also known as a 'Hurricane' if it forms over the Atlantic, a 'Cyclone' if it forms over the Indian ocean and a 'Typhoon' if it forms over the Pacific.

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A storm system called a 'Tropical Cyclone' also known as a 'Hurricane' if it forms over the Atlantic, a 'Cyclone' if it forms over the Indian ocean and a 'Typhoon' if it forms over the Pacific.


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Tropical ocean waters are more saline than colder waters because tropical waters .?

Tropical ocean waters are more saline than colder waters because tropical waters undergo ocean currents due to the vertical and horizontal movement of seawater.


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Tropical ocean waters are more saline than colder waters because tropical waters undergo ocean currents due to the vertical and horizontal movement of seawater.


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How is a storm caused?

The storms can only form in warm waters when the sea, wind and air pressure is just right. All hurricanes start in tropical waters, many start in the Atlantic Ocean.


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Do walruses live in tropical waters?

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