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by John Baines
Examines the geography, wildlife, resources, conservation, and potential development of the roughly circular continent that surrounds the South Pole.
Life in the Polar Lands
by Monica Byles
Describes how humans, plants, and animals survive at the North and South Poles, the effect of human industrial activity on the polar landscapes, and how changes in the world's weather patterns affect the Poles.
Peary and Amundsen: Race to the Poles
by Anthony Mason
Although the book's title seems to indicate biographies of explorers, the contents actually focus more on history, nature, and anthropology.
by Kamini Khandurt
Looks at the animals and plants of the polar regions and explains how each species has adapted to life in its own environment.
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