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Which is colder the North or South Pole?

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Taking an average temperature over a period of time, the South Pole averages 30 degrees lower than the North Pole. The South Pole is colder, by about 30 degrees F, because of it being located on a continent -- Antarctica. The North Pole is located on sea ice.
The coldest place in the world, is Antarctica, where you can find the South Pole. The coldest atmospheric temperature ever recorded there (or anywhere on earth) was -89.6 degrees Celsius (-128.5 degrees Fahrenheit) at Vostok, Antarctica on July 21st, 1983.
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Which is colder the North Pole or the South Pole?

The South Pole   The South Pole is generally colder than the North Pole, partly because it is higher (9000' above sea level) and partly because it is further from the warmi

Why is the South Pole colder than the North Pole?

I think it is because its further away from the equator. Not really, The reason the South Pole is colder than the North Pole is because the South Pole sits on a landmass, w

Why is it colder near the north and south poles?

The north and south poles are at the very farthest extremities from the sun because the sun shines is hottest near the equater and since both poles are farthest away from the

Is the north pole colder than south pole?

Not even close. The south pole is tilted away from the sun and the north pole is tilted towards it. The north pole is around 0 to 10 degrees as the south pole is around -60 to