Whay's the deepet sea in the world?
My teacher told me that it's the Dead Sea. Is it true?
Not exactly. The Dead Sea is really a lake
I rather bet on the Caribbean Sea (22,788 ft) (6,946 meters).
The deepest sea/ocean in the world is The Pacific, followed closely by the Indian Sea. In another train of thought, it's "The Sea of Love.!!"
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