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World Oceans Day: Meet the world’s most dangerous ocean

Posted in TRENDS on 6/4/2023 01:10 am.

The oceans cover 70% of the surface of the planet Earth, and are the main source of life and sustenance for all living beings living in this world, as they are the largest producers of oxygen, and for this reason, it is celebrated Is. world ocean day Everyone june 8,

There are five oceans that cover the entire planet, however, there is one area that is considered the most dangerous of the world’s seas because it is known for its stormy waters and huge waves. 10 meters high, is about drake passor better known as Sea of ​​Hoses.

Drake Passage: The most dangerous sea in the world

between the Pacific Ocean and Antarctic Ocean is found drake pass And there is an extension of 1000 kilometers between Cape Horn in South America and the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica. It is a shock zone and thermal transition where the warm waters of the Pacific and the icy waters of the Antarctic meet.

Mar de Hoces is home to blue whales, emperor penguins and seals. Credits: Unsplash.

For this reason, its waters are considered among the most dangerous to navigate as large waves, storms and strong currents are generated. On the other hand, Mar de Hoces is one of the deepest rivers in the world, 3,400 to 4,800 meters deep.

If you want to go to Antarctica via ship or cruise then you have to cross Antarctica drake pass, and it takes about 36 hours of travel to reach the most frozen region on Earth from South America. Emperor penguins, blue whales, killer whales and seals live in the most dangerous ocean waters in the world.

(tagsto translate) World Ocean Day

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