Andaman Sea formed during the Late Cretaceous Period due to tectonic activities.
The Andaman Island has Asia's only active volcano, Barren Island.
Large-scale commercial fishing is banned in the Andaman Sea.
The Andaman Islands are home to the biggest land anthropods, the coconut crabs.
The Andaman Sea has many awe-inspiring coral reefs.
The sea is surrounded by Myanmar and Thailand's coastline and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
The maximum depth of the sea is around 4,198 m.
It is renowned as one of the most popular destinations for diving worldwide.