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UNITING THE YOUTH OF TODAY WITH THE MARITIME OPPORTUNITIES OF TOMORROW

Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Did You Know?

The deepest point in the world's oceans is Challenger Deep, almost 7 miles beneath the surface of the Pacific, near the Marianis Islands.

If you cut Mount Everest off at sea level and put it on the ocean bottom in the Challenger Deep, there would still be over a mile of water over the top of it!

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