Where is Coral Sea?
The coral sea or the coral sea (English Coral Sea, French Mer de Corail) is a side-sea of the Pacific ocean between Australia, new Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
It is bordered to the North-East by the Solomon Sea and to the South by the Tasman Sea; it is connected to the Arafura Sea in the north-west by the Torres Strait. In the north of the Coral Sea lies the Gulf of Papua, and in the Northwest the Torres Strait with its islands.
The sea is characterized by numerous coral reefs. The largest reef complex, the Great Barrier Reef off the Australian coast, and the new Caledonia barrier reef around new Caledonia are
In 1942, a naval battle took place in the Coral Sea between Japanese and allied naval forces, the result of which led to the cancellation of the Japanese Invasion of Port Moresby.
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What happened to the USS Coral Sea?
In which ocean is the Great Barrier Reef located?
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