Antarctica: The White Continent
Antarctica: The White Continent

Antarctica: The White Continent

Antarctica, the world's fifth largest continent, with an area of 14 million square kilometers, is located in the southernmost part of the southern hemisphere. The 98 percent of the continent is covered with ice with an average thickness of 1.6 kilometers, contains 67 percent of the freshwater source on the Earth. The untouched nature of Antarctica is of great importance for our future of the world. Antarctica, which has no indigenous people, is home to penguins, seals, whales, birds and various animals.

Haber Merkezi 15:06 March 13, 2019 AA

Antarctica: The White Continent

Antarctica, the world's fifth largest continent, with an area of 14 million square kilometers, is located in the southernmost part of the southern hemisphere. The 98 percent of the continent is covered with ice with an average thickness of 1.6 kilometers, contains 67 percent of the freshwater source on the Earth. The untouched nature of Antarctica is of great importance for our future of the world. Antarctica, which has no indigenous people, is home to penguins, seals, whales, birds and various animals. Antarctica, the world's fifth largest continent, with an area of 14 million square kilometers, is located in the southernmost part of the southern hemisphere. The 98 percent of the continent is covered with ice with an average thickness of 1.6 kilometers, contains 67 percent of the freshwater source on the Earth. The untouched nature of Antarctica is of great importance for our future of the world. Antarctica, which has no indigenous people, is home to penguins, seals, whales, birds and various animals.
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