What is the ocean current

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    An ocean current is a continuous movement of water in the ocean in some direction - this means that the water flows at a similar speed and direction despite the fact that it's not the same water - i. e. there is a water exchange in the current. The currents are caused by such factors as temperature and salinity of water.
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