What is the size of the Bermuda Triangle?

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The size of the Bermuda triangle varies from 1 294 994.06 square kilometres to 3 884 982.17 square kilometres. It is the triangle most often described as the area extending from Florida to Bermuda, southwest to Puerto Rico and back to Florida via the Bahamas.
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Also called the Devil's Triangle, the Bermuda Triangle is a region in the Atlantic Ocean famous for mysterious occurrences. Many ships and planes have disappeared there without a
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because of more gravity at that area.
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The prevailing explanation appears to be exaggeration of reported events combined with human error in an area with variable and extreme weather/ocean conditions. Essentially the answer
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A large section of the state has come to be called Alaska's Bermuda Triangle,
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The Bermuda Triangle (or Devil's Triangle), is most often described as an area extending from Florida to Bermuda, southwest to Puerto Rico and back to Florida through the Bahamas. Other sources extend or contract the range of the Bermuda Triangle and size of the areas described range from 500,000 to 1.5 million square miles. During the past century more than 50 ships and 20 aircraft sailed into oblivion in the area known as the Bermuda Triangle.
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