Common symptoms of IBC include:
Tradition places the Crossing of the Sea in 1312 BCE.
There are four countries on the western edge of the Red Sea: Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
The name of the peninsula is the Sinai peninsula. And whoever posted first, Moses didn't lead the Israelites to Egypt, he lead them away from Egypt. Study your history, dude.
Egypt controls passage through the Suez Canal, but is required to maintain open access in both peacetime and wartime pursuant to the Constantinople Convention.
The most important thing about Bab-el-Mandeb is it is the strategic link between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. This is located in the middle of Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula.
The Bab al Mandeb ("Gate of Scars") strait.
The salinity of the Red Sea ranges from 3.6 to 3.8%.
about 1300 miles up and down and 2100 kms
African Plate and Arabian Plate
The capital of that country is Asmara and the country is Eritrea.
Soft coral, Polyclad Flatworm, Lion fish, clownfish, stingrays, eels, carpet flathead, octopus, hermit crabs and other fish.
A variety of marine animals can live in the Red Sea. There are many forms of coral, flatworms, fish and eels. There are also some dangerous creatures, such as an electric ray, other rays, stonefish, sea urchins and sharks.
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A lake is formed by a river, is landlocked and flows out by means of a river. Asea can be marginal, a marginal sea is surrounded by land but has an escape directly to the sea and can be fed also by the sea. Example: lake of Gaililee is formed by the water from the Hermon Mount and the former turns into the Jordan river. The lake of Caspia is formed by the flow from the Danube river and flows into rivers. The Persian Gulf or the Red Sea are marginal (surrounded by land) and are fed by the Arabian sea and flow into the same.