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One of the main differences between the north and south pole is their location but they will still have other differences than that. Both places are known to be extremely cold but the temperature in the south pole is known to be colder as compared to the north pole. The north pole is known to...Read More

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Yes. Did you still think scientists go to Antarctica in voyages on ships? Occasionally they do, but Antarctica has its share of airports. There are about 20 airports in Antarctica supplying to over 45 permanent research stations and 30 summer stations. Traveling to Antarctica is still a...Read More

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The country which does not have a territorial claim in Antarctica is letter B or the United States of America. However, it is also worthy to note that even though United States does not have a territorial claim in Antarctica, the country still maintains a basis to claim a territory in that...Read More

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The mediteranian is known as a sea not an ocean

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Antarctica is at the bottom of the world and the least desirable place to live. why is it the coldest, driest region? Well, because the sun reachest it least. It is too cold for what sun it sees to melt the ice and warm up the place for things to grow. There are no trees to attract...Read More

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I think you can answer that from your very first sight of the terrain! It is the coldest, driest, most unproductive continent lying at the bottom of the world. The continent of Antarctica is covered by thick layers of ice and is only reachable in the summer months. There is no winter transport....Read More

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In the summer, the population of Antarctica rises to around 4.500 and there are other people in the surrounding waters mostly in support of the summer residents. In winter, only the most ardent scientists remain in their research stations - there is no other habitation - and then there may not...Read More

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The easiest way to travel to Antarctica is to book onto a cruise with a reputable company. That way, your flight and accommodation will be taken care of and you will be kept safe in a region where it is dangerous to be alone. The temperatures require special clothing, and special care about...Read More

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The cheapest way to go to Antarctica is to take employment for the summer months at one of the research stations. The scientists nautrally need support staff, mainly catering and cleaning. If you are willing to undertake this work, I dare say your leisure time will offer some amazing...Read More

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The 7 continents comprise several countries, Australia being by far the largest. A continent is normally taken as a land mass irrespective of inhabitation. 7 large land masses can be seen on our earth. These hard land masses have living organisms and even Antarctica has animal life. ...Read More

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