Artic and Antarctic circles?

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The Arctic and Antarctic Circles ... While the Arctic is cold, the Antarctic is even colder—only 2 percent of it is not covered by ice.
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Differences Between the Arctic ... Arctic; Antarctic; ... entire area from the South Pole to the southern polar circle. Unlike the Arctic ...
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Arctic Circle. Arctic Circle, a parallel of latitude 66° 32' N; similarly, the Antarctic Circle is the parallel of latitude 66° 32' S. Between these ...
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These voyages combine the splendor of the Antarctica Peninsula voyages with a specific goal - to get to 66 degrees 33.7' South. Very few travellers have ...
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Explore Susan Pojer's board "Maps - The Arctic & Antarctic Circles" on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Maps, Roald Amundsen and ...
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Make 2017/2018 the year you cross the Antarctic Polar Circle. Choose from a variety of cruises designed to hike, kayak & dive in the iceberg-heavy waters.
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