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This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Antarctica.
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Antarctica

Summary: Essay provides a brief discussion of the various elements regarding the region of Antarctica.
The polar ice world is full of life and natural beauty. When snow is old and cold enough, it turns into ice. Eventually, large chunks of ice depart from the continent to form icebergs. The icebergs float around and are carved by the freezing water into different shapes and structures. One iceberg has enough water in it to serve a typical family of 5 for 100,000 years!

Ironically, even though Antarctica is the coldest place on earth, it is still a desert. The continent contains three-fourths of the planet's fresh water, and the continent doubles its size every winter.

The result of the magnetic field of the poles is spectacular shows of the northern lights. Although, this is only good for half of the year, because the other half of the year is lighted up by the sun. Because of the Earth's rotations, half of the year it is daylight...

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