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What country is on the bottom of the world?

Argentina

What continent is directly below North America?

South America

What is the warmest temperature ever in Antarctica?

64.9 degrees

Does it ever get hot in Antarctica?

What is the highest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica? We know that Antarctica can be very cold, but how warm can it get? The Antarctic Peninsula, known as Antarctica’s ‘banana belt’, can be quite mild, with annual averages around -10°C (14°F) and summer temps reaching a balmy 10°C (50°F).

Do polar bears live in the Antarctic?

Do polar bears live in Antarctica? Polar bears live in the Arctic, but not Antarctica. Down south in Antarctica you’ll find penguins, seals, whales and all kinds of seabirds, but never polar bears. Even though the north and south polar regions both have lots of snow and ice, polar bears stick to the north.

What are two reasons Antarctica is so cold?

Both the Arctic (North Pole) and the Antarctic (South Pole) are cold because they don’t get any direct sunlight. The Sun is always low on the horizon, even in the middle of summer. In winter, the Sun is so far below the horizon that it doesn’t come up at all for months at a time.

Why is Antarctica dark for 6 months?

Antarctica has six months of daylight in its summer and six months of darkness in its winter. The seasons are caused by the tilt of Earth’s axis in relation to the sun. The direction of the tilt never changes. In the winter, Antarctica is on the side of Earth tilted away from the sun, causing the continent to be dark.

Is it dark in Sweden for 6 months?

Time and daylight in Sweden From between end May and mid-July, the midnight sun lights up the night in northern Sweden lengthening your sightseeing days. Sweden is a country with big differences in daylight. In the far north, the sun does not set at all in June and there is darkness around the clock in January.