Milky Sea refers to the unique milky glow of the waters of the Indian Ocean.
Bioluminescence is the light produced by marine creatures as a defence mechanism.
This oceanic phenomenon has been a highly debated topic. The convergent point of the North and the Baltic Seas occurs in the province of Skagen in Denmark.
Called as the ‘sea smoke’, the steam arising out of the Black Sea is caused due to the humidity of the oceanic water.
Usually seen for merely a couple of seconds, such green flashes are the result of the natural prismatic effect of the atmosphere of the earth.
The divers found a 60-metre thick circular entity nearly at a depth of 90 metres in the Baltic Sea in the year 2011.
Concentrated salt water escapes from within the frozen ice formed above the ocean’s surface and seeps into the depths of the water.
The ocean phenomenon occurs when there is rapid growth or blooming of algae in the oceanic waters.
The foaming of the seas is caused by the disturbance to the organisms present on the water surface due to the constant tidal action.
The underwater crop circles were discovered under the waters of the Japanese island of Anami Oshima. These underwater circles have circumferences of over six feet.