Why Are Oceans Important?

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Oceans are very important since they act as sources of food and valuable minerals. Oceans also provide a place for recreation and waste disposal. Oceans are also known to facilitate in the production of the fresh air we breathe.
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Oceans are important because marine life would not survive without it. We would not survive without it because we need the water to produce rain, it also provides oxygen so we can breath.
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