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Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean was an Earth ocean bordering Africa, Asia and Australia.[source needed]

It contained several island nations including Seychelles and Mauritius.[source needed]

Beneath the Indian Ocean were ocean trenches. The high pressure in these trenches meant that fish had to be specially adapted in order to survive. The Torchwood Hub had an aquarium containing deep-sea fish from the Indian Ocean. (PROSE: Slow Decay)


On 25 December 1814, the Seventh Doctor and Chris Cwej became stranded on a small island in the Indian Ocean. (PROSE: No Room)

On 4 June 1926, the cargo ship SS Bernice vanished in the Indian Ocean. (TV: Carnival of Monsters)

Some time in the 1940s, there was a bio-warfare scandal on a remote island in the Indian Ocean. (AUDIO: Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre)

An Amaranian Star-hopper was fished out of the Indian Ocean by MI6. (COMIC: Hunters of the Burning Stone)

In the early 2020s, Humanoid aliens Suki Cheng and her crew crashed at the bottom of the ocean when trying to reach Earth in search of a cure of an alien bacterial pathogen known as Praxeus. to be added (TV: Praxeus)

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In Roma I, the Roman Empire included marine cities in the Indian Ocean. (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia)