What Does the Ocean Floor Look like?

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The ocean floor consists of mountains that are higher than Mount Everest, canyons, trenches, caves as well as rock formations. There is virtually every other kind of topography, or natural structure that we see on land.
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It depends on where the location is and how deep it is. In different parts of the world the ocean floor can look rocky or sandy. An ocean floor will change depending on where you are at in the ocean.
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What an ocean floor looks like varies by its location and its depth. In some parts of the world that ocean floor can look very sandy or rocky.
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Dark, and blurry. but very interesting.
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The partially submerged Kilauea volcano off the coast of Hawaii. Ocean trenches are formed through plate tectonics. A tectonic plate is a massive piece of irregularly shaped rock
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We find basically that the ocean floor has all the same shapes,
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