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What is the world’s largest gulf

The Gulf of Mexico, which is approximately 600,000 square miles (1.5 million square kilometers), is the world’s largest gulf. The Gulf of Mexico is surrounded by Mexico, the southern coast of the United States, and Cuba, and is connected to the Caribbean Sea in the east.


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