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Transcript of Antarctica
The south pole is situated in the antarctic circle which is surrounded by the southern ocean.
98% of Antarctica is covered in 1.6 Km thick ice.
Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest continent on Earth.
Antarctica is also considered a desert because of how little it rains.
Antarctica contains lots of icebergs.
Icebergs are chunks of ice that broke of a bigger iceberg. Seasons and Climates The coldest Antarctica has been is 89 degrees Celsius.
When Antarctica is at its coldest temperature it is 11 degrees colder then subliming dry ice.
Antarctica's temperature reaches a minimum of between 80 degrees Celsius and 90 degrees Celsius. Also when its summer in Antarctica the sun stays up all the time and when its winter the sun never rises. The animals in Antarctica The animals in Antarctica are the Emperor Penguin, King Penguin, Adelie Penguin, Chinstrap Penguin and Gentoo Penguin.
Now for the seals Weddell Seal, Southern Fur Seal, Southern Elephant Seal, Crab eater Seal and Leopard Seal. Antarctica! By:Darin Huang Southern Elephant Seal Emperor Penguin The location of Antarctica Antarctica is located on the southern,western and eastern hemisphere. The current concerns of Antarctica Current concerns are the pollution and mining in Antarctica.
The mining in Antarctica creates pollution in Antarctica which is bad for the environment in Antarctica and when people visit Antarctica on ships that also creates pollution. Famous Explorers of Antarctica. The famous explorers of Antarctica are Amundsen Roald, Sir James Clark Ross and Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton. Sir Ernest Shackleton The locations of Bases There are many bases in Antarctica and here is a map of all of them.
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Antarctica. Bibliography. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctica The End!