The deepest sea on Earth is the Caribbean Sea, which has a maximum depth of 22,788 feet. Oceans are typically even deeper, with the Pacific Ocean reaching a depth of 35,837 feet at its deepest point.
The Caribbean Sea is part of the Atlantic Ocean that is located surrounding the Caribbean islands. It borders the islands as well as Mexico and the northern part of South America. On top of being the deepest sea, it is also one of the largest, spanning an area of slightly more than 1 million square miles. This sea was one of the many discoveries of Christopher Columbus.Learn More
Four countries that possess islands located in the Caribbean Sea are the United States, the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands. Islands in the Caribbean Sea owned by the United States include the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, while those owned by France include Guadeloupe and Martinique.Full Answer >
The deepest river in the world is the Congo River, also known as the Zaire River. The Congo River reaches depths of as much as 750 feet.Full Answer >
The Congo River in Africa is the deepest river in the world at 820 feet deep, according to The World Geography. It flows from its origination point within the Altai Mountains all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.Full Answer >
The Persian Gulf contains the warmest sea water in the world at 35 degrees Celsius. The Red Sea follows with a temperature of 32 degrees Celsius.Full Answer >