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Many of us the world had four oceans - the Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Arctic Oceans. That's what we were in school. However, a search on the Internet will that there also a "Southern Ocean" around the South Pole and Antarctica. The National Geographic Society has now officially that this body of water around Antarctica a real ocean. Geography teachers will now have to their students that the world five oceans. Alex Tait, a geographer and cartographer at National Geographic, said: "We it's really important from an educational [viewpoint], as well as from a map-labelling standpoint, to attention to the Southern Ocean as a fifth ocean."

National Geographic said its recognition of the world a fifth ocean would an impact on how children see the world. Mr Tait said: "Students information about through what oceans they're . If you don't the Southern Ocean, then they don't important it is." He said that recognising the Southern Ocean would help students more about climate change. He : "Antarctica forms a distinct ecological region by ocean currents and temperatures." National Geographic said: "The Southern Ocean [has] unique and fragile marine ecosystems that home to wonderful marine life such as whales, penguins and seals."

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