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There is a very big turtle in the sea water of Asia.

Unfortunately, this turtle cannot swim or move.

Why ?

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Unfortunately, this turtle cannot swim or move.
Being it's an island, that actually might be thought of as fortunate?

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The turtle is not moving because there is no sea of Asia. Most of Asia dosn't border a body of water. The western side of Asia borders a body of water but its not the sea of Asia, theres no such thing!

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The turtle is not moving because there is no sea of Asia.

Sure there is. The Caspian Sea is in Asia.

The western side of Asia borders a body of water but its not the sea of Asia, theres no such thing!

The OP didn't say "the sea of Asia", he said, "the sea water of Asia".

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Welcome to the Pearl of the Orient.

Penang is an island and is in the shape of a turtle.

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what are you on trent?

the entire continent of asia is surrounded by water, except for the part that touches Europe.

the artic ocean north of Russia; to the east, there's the pacific ocean, the sea of Japan, the yellow sea, the sea of okhotsk, and the china seas; to the south is the indian ocean, the red sea, the arabian sea; to the west is the mediterranean sea and the caspian sea; and entirely within the continent are various other seas, such as the black sea and the aral sea.

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