Even though technically all of the oceans in the world are connected to each other, they are commonly divided up and referred to as five different oceans. In order from largest to smallest, they are the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean, and Arctic Ocean.
Together, as a body of water, oceans cover about 70% of the world’s surface. That means there’s more than twice as much water as there is land!
The deepest point in any of these oceans is the Mariana Trench (in the Pacific Ocean) which reaches all the way down to 35,827 feet! – At that depth, you could stack almost 25 Empire State Buildings on top of each other before you reached the surface of the water again!