Throughout its history, the National Geographic Society has identified four oceans on its maps, atlases, and globes – the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic. Now, for the first time, the group is officially recognizing a fifth ocean – the Southern Ocean, which includes the waters surrounding Antarctica. This ocean is not new to scientists, however. Listen to hear about the Southern Ocean and what makes it unique.
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