What Is the Deepest Sea in the World?

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The deepest sea in the world is the Caribbean Sea with its deepest point being on the Cayman trough at 7,686 metres deep. It is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean and it is located on the tropics of the Western hemisphere.
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The Marianas Trench in the Pacific is the deepest place on earth.
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Lake Baikal, located in southern Siberia, is a whopping 5,330 feet at its deepest point. Heck, that's over a mile deep. And at over 25 million years old, it is also the oldest lake
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The tank that holds the hammerhead sharks at SeaWorld are the deepest ones
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´D LIKE TO BE UNDER THE SEA IN AN OCTOPUS´S GARDEN IN THE SHADE HE´D LET US IN, KNOWS WHERE WE´VE BEEN IN HIS OCTOPUS´S GARDEN IN THE SHADE I´D
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