What is Indian Ocean?

  • (noun): The 3rd largest ocean; bounded by Africa on the west, Asia on the north, Australia on the East and merging with the Antarctic Ocean to the south.

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering approximately 20% of the water on the Earth's surface. It is bounded by Asia—including India, after which the ocean is named—on the north, on the west by Africa, on the east by Australia, and on the south by the Southern Ocean (or, depending on definition, by Antarctica.)

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SS Stella Solaris - Career
... Marseilles with various ports along the Suez Canal, Red Sea, Indian Ocean, South China Sea, and western Pacific Ocean ... Sea to Port Said and Suez in Egypt, Aden in Yemen Djibouti across the Indian Ocean to Bombay, India Colombo, Sri Lanka and the island of Singapore through the South China Sea to Ho Chi ... began to run cruises from Australian ports to destinations in the Indian Ocean ...
String Of Pearls (China) - Facilities and Relationships - Indian Ocean
... Chinese possessions in the Indian Ocean consist primarily of commercial ports owned and operated by Chinese firms, as well as resupply stations operating in agreement with the Chinese ... Organisation (SCO), is seen by some Indian analysts as reflective of a wider encirclement strategy on the part of the Chinese ... Sea, is of even greater concern to the Indian government, which views it as powerful evidence of Chinese and Pakistani collusion against Indian security and economic interests For both Pakistan and China, the ...
List Of Shearwaters - Puffinus
... carneipes, Flesh-footed Shearwater southern Indian Ocean and southwestern Pacific Ocean winters to Arabian Sea and northwestern Pacific Ocean Puffinus gravis, Great Shearwater ...

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