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