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
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one mile.
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The average depths of the Atlantic, with its adjacent seas, is 3,338 meters (10,932 ft); without them it is 3,926 metres (12,881 ft). The greatest depth, 8,605 metres (28,232 ft),
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The Pacific Ocean is the deepest ocean in the world at 35,837 feet. That is a pretty deep ocean. The Atlantic Ocean is in second place at 30,246 feet.
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