Yellow Sea


The Yellow Sea is a marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean, which is the northern part of the East China SeaIt lies between mainland China and the Korean peninsula

Naming: The sand particles from Gobi Desert sand storms turns the surface of the water golden yellow during sunset and so it is called as Yellow Sea; it can be seen while sailing or flying westIn South Korea it is known as the West Sea, its historic name


The mudflats of the Yellow Sea are very important for migratory waders or shorebirdsSurveys showed that this area is the most important site for migratory birds on northward migration in the entire East Asian - Australasian Flyway, with a minimum number of two million birds passing through at the time, with about half that number using it on southward migration

The deepest distance of yellow sea is about 106 meters deep

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