Hey guys I finally made it to my seventh and final continent. The coldest windiest and driest place on our planet – Antarctica. Antarctica is one of the most mysterious and least visited places in the world. It only gets about 35,000 visitors per year and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to visit it.
Here are some mind-blowing facts about Antarctica. Antarctica is about 1.5 times the size of the USA. It’s the coldest place on earth. Antarctica is the coldest and windiest place on earth. The annual average temperature is minus 58 Fahrenheit or minus 50 Celsius and the lowest temperature ever recorded was minus 128 degrees Fahrenheit or minus 89 Celsius.
Civilizations do exist. Small non permanent civilizations can be found in Antarctica. They’re usually for scientists researchers and photographers.
There’s no time zone. Antarctica is the only continent without a time zone but when you’re here time is the last thing on your mind. In the summer months it stays light outside 24 hours a day and in the wintertime it’s the exact opposite.
True or false activity
- There are permanent civilizations in Antarctica
- It is the most humid place on earth
- It is about 3 times the size of the USA
- It is the coldest and windiest place
- Antarctica is one of the least visited places in the world
True or false Antarctica facts interactive exercise
- mind-blowing facts
- the coldest, windiest and driest place
- the most mysterious
- the lowest temperature
- least visited place
- It is about 1.5 times the size of the USA
- I’m thrilled to have the opportunity
- non permanent civilizations
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