Opposites. There are many uses of this word, many meanings. A famous saying is “opposites attract” or that people with opposite personalities are a good pair. But I will not talk about personalities as I believe there is no such thing as an “opposite personality”. Thus, I shall talk about magnetic opposites, or North and South.
The North Pole. There are in fact two North Poles, the geographical North Pole and the magnetic North Pole. The North Pole is not a land mass, it is a mass of ice on water. However, it still has a name: The Arctic. The Arctic has little wildlife, mostly the wildlife in constanrated in land masses near the North Pole such as Canada, Greenland, and Russia. Some examples include the polar bear, reindeer, Arctic Fox, narwhal.
Now onto the South Pole. The are also two South Poles, the geographical South Pole, and the magnetic South Pole. However, unlike the North Pole, the South Pole is in fact a continent-Antarctica. Thus, there are many more structures in the South Pole such as the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. Antarctica is home to one of the most famous animals: penguins. There are many more animals, such as seals and albatrosses but penguins are the most abundant and the most likeable with tourists.
Thus concludes our study of the two opposites poles of Earth: The North and the South Pole.
Shadow Gaunt"In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes."-Benjamin Franklin