What are the main reasons why antarctica's climate is so extreme?

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  • Re: Antartica's climate

    by » 9 years ago


    it is so because Antartica is present in the poles of earth where each time winter therefore their is always snow all around for only a little time snow melts and the animals living there got some water for complete year.

  • Re: Antartica's climate

    by » 9 years ago


    Antarctica is located at polar region so it is so cool climate. Even sun also wont rise there. It occasionally raise. and this is also known as country made of ice

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  • Re: Antartica's climate

    by » 9 years ago


    When sun light falls on an area that area get warmed.In the case of polar regions it occurs rarely and hence most of the time it is icy.

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  • Re: Antartica's climate

    by » 9 years ago


    Almost majority of the portion of Antartica is covered with ice and snow and hence the continent reflects most of the sunlight rather than absorbing it and it has higher average elevation than any other continent which results in extremes of temperature....

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