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Apr 24, 2021

[Answer] What sea separates China from the Korean Peninsula?

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...1. South China Sea 2. Black Sea 3. Yellow Sea 4. Sea of Okhotsk




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Yellow Sea - Known as “Huang Hai” in Chinese and “Hwanghae” Korean, the Yellow Sea is a 435-mile-wide body of water that separates China from the Korean Peninsula, located north of the East China Sea. It's called the Yellow Sea because in places, the sediment-rich rivers that feed it (including the Yangtze) cause the water to turn a murky color that can appear almost yellow. The sea sits on a former continental shelf that has been flooded with water, which makes it quite shallow — the average depth is only around 200 to 260 feet. It’s also a rich fishing ground, with over 1,600 species that call the sea area home.:


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