Grand Canyon Research Paper

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We start in North America.North America is 9,540,198 square miles! We will fly over the Grand Canyon.The Grand Canyon is found in the U.S., in state of Arizona many people consider it to be one of the seven wonders of the natural world.The Grand Canyon is 277 miles in length.At its widest point the Grand Canyon stretches 18 miles across!

Then over the Atlantic Ocean! The Atlantic Ocean borders on North America, South America, Europe, and Africa. It is the world 's second largest ocean, while the Pacific Ocean is the largest. The Atlantic Ocean covers approximately 1/5th of the surface of the earth and covers approximately 29% of the world 's water surface area.

To the next ocean, the Arctic Ocean! The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and the
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The Southern Ocean is comprised of the most southern ocean water of the world and is also referred to as the Antarctic Ocean, South Polar Ocean, and the Great Southern Ocean. This ocean surrounds Antarctica and is the fourth largest of the five oceans of…show more content…
Then we will land in antarctica where we will see penguins and Polar bears. Antarctica is 5.405 million mi² and not much is there.

Now to South America. It is a continent located in the western hemisphere, mostly in the southern hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the northern hemisphere, and is 6.888 million mi².while we are there we will see Valle de la Luna. It is a valley in Los Flamencos National Reserve, in northern Chile’s Atacama Desert. It’s known for its moonlike landscape of dunes, rugged mountains and distinctive rock formations. Bike trails lead to the valley from the nearby town of San Pedro de Atacama. In town, the R. P. Gustavo Le Paige Archaeological Museum has a vast collection of pre-Columbian artifacts.

Then to the Pacific Ocean. The name Pacific originates from the Latin word 'pace ' which means peace. Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer, named the ocean 'mar pacifico ' in 1521, which means peaceful sea. The Ring of Fire, which is a region that consists of hundreds of active volcanoes, is located in the Pacific Ocean. And that is exactly what we are going
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