The Red Sea

by: Emily O'chareon

The Red Sea is connected to the Mediterranean Sea through the Suez Canal.
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Mangroves help stabilize the tidal area and provide shelter and nesting areas for marine life.
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There are about 200 species of marine life living in the coral reefs located in the Red Sea.
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At its deepest point, the Red Sea is 2,850 meters deep.
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The Red Sea is one of the most saline bodies of water in the world.
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The Red Sea is considered one of the hottest seas in the world, but despite the temperature, marine life thrives.
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