When you think about Antarctica you probably picture huge expanses of snow and ice. Did you know, however, that it receives only 50 millimeters of rain and snow each year? With this production from iMinds, you’ll learn all about the geography, climate, and other factors that make Antarctica such a unique place. Performed by the energetic Todd MacDonald, this program is a perfect companion for your morning commute or while finishing your daily chores. Whether you’re looking to learn new things or just want some new trivia for a dinner party, iMinds’ Antarctica: Geography & Nature is a great addition to your collection.
Learn about the history and geography of Antarctica with iMindsJNR audio learning series for younger minds.
Antarctica is the fifth biggest continent on Earth. It is also the coldest. The sun shines for only half of the year and stays under the horizon for the other half. Early explorers of Antarctica described it as a mysterious, lonely place. But they also described it as a desert. And a desert it is! For it receives only 50 millimeters of rain and snow per year. That is less precipitation than the Sahara Desert! So, believe it or not, Antarctica is also the driest continent on Earth.
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