where is the divider between the north an south pacific ocean?

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It's about 500 miles driving distance from the Grand Canyon to the Pacific Ocean at Newport Beach (near Los Angeles).

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The Pacific Islands are not a part of Australia. If you are leaving Australia, then yes, you need a passport!

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The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean. The Challenger Deep is the deepest spot known. It is south of Japan and east of the Philippines, near Guam.

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Canada is the best example - although it has a lot to do with weather conditions and the proximity to the USA, the South part of Canada is much richer than the North. England is another example - London is located in the South and as you go North, the country is less populated and developed. There ...