Majid Gyre is a feature of which of the following Oceans?

Majid Gyre is a feature of which of the following Oceans?
[A]Pacific Ocean
[B]Indian Ocean
[C]Atlantic Ocean
[D]Arctic Ocean

Indian Ocean
The Indian Ocean consists of one gyre, the Indian Ocean (Majid) Gyre, which exists mostly in the Southern Hemisphere. It is named after Ahmad Bin Majid, the 15th-century Arab mariner. Following table shows the Oceans and their respective Gyres

OceanName
Indian OceanMajid Gyre
North Atlantic OceanColumbus Gyre
South Atlantic OceanPrince Henry Gyre
North Pacific OceanTurtle Gyre
South Pacific OceanHeyerdahl Gyre

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