The Pacific Ocean
The largest of all the Earth’s oceans, the Pacific Ocean covers twice as much space as any other ocean, and more space than all the continents put together.
This vast body of water extends upward, touching the Arctic ocean, and also extends down to the shores of Antarctica. The bulk of this ocean, however, lies along the warm tropics. This makes the majority of the Pacific’s water warm.
The Pacific Ocean has the deepest average depth, and is also home to the deepest trenches on Earth. Much of the Pacific is dotted with small volcanic islands, such as Hawaii, Tonga and Samoa.
The Pacific Ocean is notorious for bad weather. Some of the most powerful storms are brewed within its waters.