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 What is the latitude of Antarctica?

Answer The latitude of Antarctica is 90 degrees south, and its longitude is zero degrees east. The continent--which contains the South Pole--is the coldest and windiest place on Earth, according to WorldA... Read More »
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Is Antarctica a tundra?

Antarctica is mostly covered in ice, but some tundra exists. The Marielandia Antarctica Tundra contains mosses, lichen and algae, the only plants that can grow in Antarctica. The rest of the contin... Read More »
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When was antarctica first sighted?

The earliest recorded sightings of mainland Antarctica are believed to have occurred separately within days of each other. On Jan. 27, 1820, Russian Capt. Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen spotted... Read More »
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Where is antarctica on the globe?

The South Pole is located in Antarctica. Antarctica is the southernmost continent on Earth. On most globes, the south pole and Antarctica would be at the bottom of the globe.Source:Cool Antarctica:... Read More »
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Are there ATM machines in Antarctica?

There are only two ATM machines in Antarctica, according to The Wells Fargo - Wachovia Blog. The two ATMs, both Wells Fargo machines, are at McMurdo Station. They are the southernmost ATM machines ... Read More »
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