Summary of Aguas Oceánicas y Continentales

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This video is all about oceans and continents and the water that surrounds them. We learn the five oceans on Earth, how they are different, and what they are made of. We also learn about rivers, and how they flow into oceans. Lakes and streams are also part of this video, as we learn about their sizes and how they are made.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, the different names for oceans and continents are mentioned. One of the oceans that is adjacent to the American continent is called the Pacific Ocean, while the Atlantic Ocean is located to the east. Another ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, is divided into two parts: the Atlantic Ocean proper and the Atlantic Ocean Maritime. Other oceans include the Mediterranean, Black, and Adriatic seas. Finally, it is explained that even though these oceans are made of salty water, they can all be called "oceans." The mother of one of the boys on the boat calls him on the phone and asks where her son is, to which he responds that he is in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, we learn about oceanic and continental water. We see a river, and notice that it is deeper than a creek. We also notice that it is much larger than a river during dry season because there is not as much water. We see a waterfall and realize it is more like an arroyo during wet season because it is not as deep. We learn that there are five oceans on Earth, and that oceans cover most of the planet. Lakes are smaller portions of ocean water, and are surrounded by land. Rivers are smaller streams that flow into oceans, or rivers. Cataracts are places where rivers fall from a great height. A waterfall is part of a larger river, while a cascade is a smaller waterfall located within a river. We also learn that rivers are small streams, and are sometimes called brooks. Cataracts are also part of rivers, but are called cascades when there is a large amount of water falling from a great height. We remember that arroyos are actually small rivers, and are also called riachuelos. Cataracts are part of larger rivers, while waterfall is part of a small river. Finally, we learn that rivers flow and are divided into rivers and creeks.

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