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 What is the longitude of the South Pole?

Answer The South Pole is the southernmost point on the planet Earth. It is located at 90 degrees south latitude. Lines of longitude converge at the South Pole, so there is no longitude. The South Pole is ... Read More »
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What is the latitude and longitude of the North Pole?

The latitude of the geographic North Pole is 90 degrees north, and all longitudes merge there. If you imagine the Earth as a sphere, with the line between the poles as an axis, the latitude is the ... Read More »
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Does a compass point to the North Pole or the South Pole?

The needle in a traditional compass points to the earth's magnetic North Pole. There is also a geographic North Pole that is in a slightly different location. There are some GPS compasses that poin... Read More »
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Is more of the earth's ice located in the south pole or the north pole?

More of the Earth's ice is located at the South Pole rather than the North Pole. The North Pole sits on top of an ocean of water that never completely freezes which, along with air currents, helps ... Read More »
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Do penguins live in the North Pole or the South Pole?

According to Antarctic Connection, penguins only live in the South Pole, which is the Antarctic region. Guillaume Dargaud's Penguins website explains that the reason there are no penguins in the Ar... Read More »
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