What is the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean?

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The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean in the world and is about 20% of the earth's surface. The deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean is the Puerto Rico Trench in North Atlantic and it is 8,605 metres or 4,705 fathoms deep.
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Water depths of more than 8 km (5 mi ) make the Puerto Rico Trench the
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The answer to your question, concerning the deepest trench in the Atlantic Ocean, is that of the Puerto Rico Trench. It is actually found upon the boundary between the Caribbean Sea
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South Sandwich Trench (8,428 m) is the deepest but they refer to the Puerto Rico Trench as the deepest which is 8,381 m.
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The greatest depth, 8605 metres (28,232 ft), is in the Puerto Rico Trench
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