Rare View Of Atlantic And Pacific Ocean Meet At One Point

Take a look from one place where the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean appear to touch. In this region there is some mixing, but the dominant current in the area is the west-to-east Antarctic Circumpolar current.

This keeps the Atlantic waters from flowing into the Pacific, and means that the water interacting with the Atlantic Ocean is mostly from the circumpolar region.
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