No country owns any part of Antarctica.
Greenland, Canada , Alaska , Russia , ukrane , Antarctica , duhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..................... DON'T FORGET THIS SMALL BEAUTIFUL LITTLE COUNTRY NAMED TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Australia does not own Antarctica: it is owned by no country.
colonization occured because counries wanted to expand their empires. they did this because they could steal stuf from the other counries.
as you personally no. as United States no. Antarctica is its own country/continent so no
Antarctica is its own continent.
Antarctica is its own continent there are no countries in it.
No. Antarctica is its own country
Antarctica is its own continent and contains no other.
No country owns Antarctica.
Australia claims a slice of Antarctica, but does not own it. There are other claims, and no country with claims owns any part of Antarctica.
there are about 185 i think
Countries support research stations in Antarctica; they do not own them. You can find a list, below.
There are no land masses connected to Antarctica: it is a continent on its own.
No one owns Antarctica.
Antarctica is its own continent and is not part of the US.
There is only 12
Mexico and Canada
Australia does not own any part of Antarctica. No other country owns any part of Antarctica. However, Australia does have a claim on 42% of the Antarctic, which was transferred to Australia in 1935.
No, no country owns any part of Antarctica.
There is no indigenous population in Antarctica. Researchers and other residents in Antarctica eat the foods traditional to their own home countries.
Antarctica does not pass through any countries. Antarctica is a continent that sits on its own. Antarctica is commonly referred to as the South Pole.
New Zealand is one
Country: País. Countries: Países.
Each country supports its own research station on Antarctica. All of Antarctica is "controlled" by the Antarctic Treaty.
Yes, you can live in Antarctica if you are hired by a government to perform work on the continent. You can also 'stay' in Antarctica if you fund your own expedition.
No, however, Argentina claims a sector of Antarctica called Argentine Antarctica: almost a million square kilometres of land.
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Indian ocean bay of Bengal Himalayas counries
Shackleton made his own discoveries about Antarctica, but he was not the first to explore the continent.
No. To this day, no one and no nation 'owns' land in Antarctica.
their own sperm
The Antarctica Treaty, signed by 50 countries, says no country owns it.
United States Denmark Probably in China
Which ones where the imperialists counries by 1800s and why?
economic growth, healthcare, and education
82 countries participated in the winter Olympics :)
The country through which you travel to reach Antarctica will require a passport. Antarctica is not governed by any sovereignty of its own, so cannot require a passport..
because its a free country
no, its a separate continent and country on its own.
None. Antarctica is set aside as a scientific laboratory, and no country 'owns' it or any part of it.
australia has the biggest claim, and there are seven countries with their own areas and work stations in antarctica.
Eighty percent of the population of planet Earth 'own' Antarctica in the sense that all scientific research conducted there is shared among those governments that signed the Antarctic Treaty.
Norway owns queen Maud Land in Antarctica. It has an area of about 2.7 million square km2 which makes up about 19.3% of the area of Antarctica.
Kuwait, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran,
14 SADC counries ,their capital city and their duties
Every citizen of a country who is registered has a right to vote in the counries election.
4: Myanmar(Burma), Cambodia, Malaysia, Laos.