South Pole

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The South Pole is the farthest level south on Earth. It lies close to the center of the Antarctic continent in a excessive, windy space of ice and snow. It is among the world’s coldest locations. This pole is also referred to as …

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North Pole

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The North Pole is some extent within the Arctic area of the world. There’s actually multiple sort of north pole. The north geographic <<JEE uh GRAF ihk>> pole is close to the middle of the Arctic Ocean. Often individuals consider it because the northernmost level …

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Iceberg

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An iceberg is a large piece of ice that floats within the sea. Some icebergs are many miles lengthy. They’re all the time greater than they appear. A lot of the iceberg is beneath water. Icebergs may be harmful to ships. The well-known ship Titanic struck …

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Ice

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Ice is frozen water. In nature, ice varieties on lakes and rivers. It additionally varieties on moist streets and sidewalks when the climate is chilly. Snow, sleet, frost, and hail are other forms of pure ice. Glaciers <<GLAY shuhrz>> are big sheets of ice that cowl …

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Glacier

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Glaciers <<GLAY shuhrz>> are giant areas of ice that circulate slowly over land. They’re discovered within the coldest areas of the world. These areas are the North and South poles and the excessive mountain valleys. The low temperatures in these locations permit giant quantities of …

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Arctic

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The Arctic <<AHRK tihk>> is the world across the North Pole that’s all the time chilly. It consists of the Arctic Ocean, many islands, and elements of northern Europe, Asia, and North America.  Within the true Arctic, it’s too chilly for timber to develop. In …

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