How Many Oceans Are There?

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71% of the world is covered by water and this includes five oceans. The five oceans are the Pacific ocean (155,557,000 sq km), Atlantic ocean (76,762,000 sq km), Indian Ocean (68,556,000 sq km), Southern Ocean (20,327,000 sq km) and the Arctic Ocean (14,056,000 sq km).
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There are five major oceans, the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Indian, the Arctic and the Southern Ocean.
There are four oceans on Earth. They are the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean. They take up 71% of the Earths' surface and comprise more than 90% of its' water.
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