Why Is the Bottom Layer of the Ocean the Coldest?

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The bottom layer of the ocean is the coldest because the suns rays do not reach this area. The sun is what heats and warms the Earth including the water. Without sunlight reaching the bottom layer of the ocean, it has no heat source.
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cold and salty implies dense which implies it will sink. Lack of currents at the ocean bottom - means it stays there.
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