Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers’ Toolkit, including a link to today’s MapMaker Interactive map.
The Bermuda Triangle doesn’t officially exist. Agencies such as the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Board of Geographic Names do not recognize the region as anything other than an arbitrary area of the western North Atlantic Ocean.
- Some scientists think bubbly gas blowouts from seafloor methane deposits could contribute to “disappearances” associated with the Bermuda Triangle. What is the Bermuda Triangle? Take a look at today’s MapMaker Interactive map for some help.
- The Bermuda Triangle is a loosely defined region of the western North Atlantic Ocean, between Miami…
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