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    Landlocked Seas/lakes - Bodies of Water - Unit Study
    A land locked sea would be one with no access to the rest of the world's oceans. The Dead Sea would be an example of such a sea. It has no outlet to a river or ocean. ---------- Caspian Sea, Dead Sea, Great Lakes, Great Salt Lake, Sea of Galilee
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    Sea of Galilee

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    Sea of Galilee

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    Great Salt Lake

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    Great Salt Lake

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    Great Salt Lake

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    Great Lakes

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    Great Lakes

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    The Great Lakes

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    Dead Sea -- Jordan

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    The Dead Sea - Dead sea, Jerusalem

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    Sunset reflection in the Caspian Sea The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed body of water on Earth by area, variously classed as the world’s largest lake or sea. The sea has a surface area of 371,000 km2 (143,200 sq mi). I decided to end my article with this magnificent shot. Our planet is pure gold. Cherish it, it’s the only one we got. Image Credit: NASA/ESA

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    Greek Island on the Caspian Sea

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    Caspian Sea

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    Landlocked seas Some large inland lakes, usually brackish, are called "seas". Aral Sea Caspian Sea Dead Sea Great Salt Lake Salton Sea

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