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Name: Lysaris
Status: Student
Grade: 4-5
Location: FL
Country: United States
Date: August 2006


Question:
Which is the saltiest ocean in the world?



Replies:
Lysaris,

The dead sea is the saltiest sea in the world and the water at the bottom of the sea is saturated (no more salt can possibly dissolve in the water). Here is a link to a bit more information on the dead sea.

http://www.wonderquest.com/saltiest-sea.htm

Matt Voss



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