Our body has made of five basic elements which are soil, sky, air, fire and water. It gets mixed in these elements right after our death. No one can survive without the absence of any of these elements. Water, an important of these elements, comes from the oceans and other water bodies. Here we are going to talk about the ocean through the sets of 10 lines below. You must check them.
Ten Lines on Ocean
1) The ocean is the largest water body, mainly consisting of saline water.
2) It covers 72 % of the earth’s surface and around 90% of its biosphere.
3) Oceans act as a shelter for various aquatic species like whales, sharks, crabs, fishes etc.
4) The smallest ocean is the ‘Arctic Ocean’, whereas the largest one is the ‘Pacific Ocean’.
5) The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the earth’s surface and is the deepest ocean of the world.
6) ‘Phytoplanktons’ are the small plants which live on the surface of the ocean and use sunlight for food production.
7) Oceans are the natural habitat of small as well as big marine species such as sea horses, fishes, lobsters etc.
8) There are more than 33,200 types of species of fishes discovered till now living in the oceans.
9) There is a difference of temperature in oceans; ocean surface has a high temperature, and it decreases as we go deep inside it.
10) Oceans are also very useful for business purposes and act as one of the best media of transportation.
1) Oceans are a continuously flowing large saline water bodies containing a large ecosystem within.
2) There are five oceans in the world namely Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and Antarctic Ocean.
3) ‘World Oceans Day’ falls on 8th June every year to protect and conserve our oceans.
4) The smaller regions which lie in the oceans are sea, bay, gulf etc. like the Caspian Sea, Gulf of Mexico and Hudson Bay.
5) Oceans are a major source of food and medicines.
6) The theme of ‘World Oceans Day’ 2018 was ‘Preventing plastic pollution and encouraging solutions for a healthy ocean’.
7) The reason behind nearly 80 % of the pollution in the seas and oceans are the people residing on the land.
8) Around 1 million seabirds and 1,00,000 aquatic animals get affected due to the pollution in the oceans.
9) Oceans are the lifeline of our planet as well as for mankind.
10) A large amount of ‘Greenhouse Gases’ are absorbed by the oceans.
1) The earth is the only planet in the entire solar system where oceans exist.
2) Oceans are probably the largest water bodies on earth.
3) The water of the oceans is saline due to the high amount of Sodium Chloride present in them.
4) Oceanography is the scientific study of the ocean.
5) The oceans cover the 70% part of the earth’s surface.
6) Scientists predict the existence of oceans is about 100 million years ago.
7) According to the theory of evaluation, life first originated in the oceans.
8) Many kinds of aquatic plants and animals reside in Oceans.
9) Bermuda triangle is situated in the Atlantic Ocean.
10) The deepest part in the Atlantic Ocean is Mariana Trench, and its depth is about 11,000 meters.
1) The marine life, under oceans, has the vastest diversities of animals and their species.
2) Oceans had emerged about 100 million years ago.
3) Before the invention of aeroplanes, they were the major medium of transport.
4) At present, still, they are the medium of transport for the people.
5) Many kinds of Micro to huge organisms and diverse vegetation live in these oceans.
6) The Pacific Ocean is the largest among all.
7) According to the US Geological Survey, 1,386,000,000 cusecs of water is available in the oceans.
8) Over 2 million species exist in the oceans, of which, we know about only 230,000 species and further research is going on.
9) World Ocean Day teaches us the value of water and water bodies, and also of the aquatic animals.
10) The Indian Ocean ranks third, and the area of this ocean is 7, 35, 56,000 square kilometres.
Oceans are the best source of not only transportation but also of food, medicines and economic growth. They are the main component which balances the biosphere and ecosystem of the earth. Without oceans, life may cease to exist, affecting the survival of the human race. Hence, it is our prime responsibility to protect our oceans and keep it clean. Always remember that whatever we give to our Mother Nature will get credited back to us in future.