Red Sea (′red ′sē)
(geography) A body of water that lies between Arabia and northeastern Africa, about 1200 miles (2000 kilometers) long, 180 miles (300 kilometers) wide, and a maximum depth of about 7600 feet (2300 meters).
The Red Sea lies between arid land, desert and semi-desert.
The Egyptians were the first to attempt a mission of exploration in the Red Sea.
The Red Sea formed by Arabia splitting from Africa due to plate tectonics.
The Red Sea is a rich and diverse ecosystem.
The Red Sea water is an essential asset. There is extensive demand of desalinated water to meet the requirement of the population and the industries along the Red Sea.
The sea is known for its spectacular dive sites.
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