The no 9 in the map is the Atlantic Ocean, which is the second-largest ocean in the world; it covers approximately 20 percent of the earth surface. It passes through Europe and Africa to the east and America to the west. It is connected to other oceans, the Arctic Ocean in the north area, the Pacific Ocean from the Southeast, the Indian Ocean from the southwest, and the Southern Ocean from the south.
It is divided into the North Atlantic Ocean and the South Atlantic Ocean by the equatorial counter current. That Atlantic Ocean is endowed with natural resources like petroleum, Gas, gold, and precious stones. It also has the highest concentrated salt, numerous fish, mammals, and marine.
The Atlantic Ocean, the second largest Ocean in the world, covers twenty percent of the Earth’s surface. The Ocean runs between The Americas and Africa, and Europe and it is connected to several other oceans, which would be the Arctic, Pacific, Indian, and Southern towards Antarctica.
The Atlantic has the most critical salt content of the other beaches, has an infinite amount of different fish, marine mammals and is a precious resource for fisheries. There are also petroleum, gas fields, precious stones, and gold deposits; however, the gold extraction requires cost prohibitive excavation techniques so at this time there Is no mining of gold.