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Polar Gallery: HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845
HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, 1845
Polar Gallery: Erebus and Terror, Franklins last trip
Erebus and Terror, Franklins last trip
Polar Gallery: Shackleton / Wild / Adams
Shackleton / Wild / Adams
Polar Gallery: Captain Francis Crozier of HMS Terror, 1845
Captain Francis Crozier of HMS Terror, 1845
Polar Gallery: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on Champ Island glacier above the sea
Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on Champ Island glacier above the sea
Polar Gallery: JPF-14281
JPF-14281
Polar Gallery: Franklins Writing
Franklins Writing
Polar Gallery: Sir Ernest Shackleton and others, Antarctic
Sir Ernest Shackleton and others, Antarctic
Polar Gallery: Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Frys Cocoa Advert
Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Frys Cocoa Advert
Polar Gallery: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) young bear rolling around in the snow, on newly formed
Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) young bear rolling around in the snow, on newly formed
Polar Gallery: Polar Bear
Polar Bear
Polar Gallery: Oronce Fines world map, 1531
Oronce Fines world map, 1531
Polar Gallery: Captain Scott in his workshop on board Terra Nova
Captain Scott in his workshop on board Terra Nova
Polar Gallery: Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, polar explorer
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, polar explorer
Polar Gallery: WAT-11301-M
WAT-11301-M
Polar Gallery: WAT-11386
WAT-11386
Polar Gallery: WAT-5751-C-M
WAT-5751-C-M
Polar Gallery: Franklins expedition seeking Northwest Passage
Franklins expedition seeking Northwest Passage
Polar Gallery: Emperor Penguin, Aptenodytes forsteri
Emperor Penguin, Aptenodytes forsteri
Polar Gallery: Beyond Mans Footsteps, 1894 (1909). Artist: Briton Riviere
Beyond Mans Footsteps, 1894 (1909). Artist: Briton Riviere
Polar Gallery: Scott Polar Expedition 1910 - 1912 - Beardmore Glacier
Scott Polar Expedition 1910 - 1912 - Beardmore Glacier
Polar Gallery: WAT-11388
WAT-11388
Polar Gallery: WAT-6089
WAT-6089
Polar Gallery: Aurora Australis, Antarctica
Aurora Australis, Antarctica
Polar Gallery: The Last Resting Place of Captain Scott
The Last Resting Place of Captain Scott
Polar Gallery: Scott of the Antarctic and his predecessors
Scott of the Antarctic and his predecessors
Polar Gallery: A motor sledge which may be used at the South Pole
A motor sledge which may be used at the South Pole
Polar Gallery: The Terra Nova of Scotts Antarctic Expedition
The Terra Nova of Scotts Antarctic Expedition
Polar Gallery: The Terra Nova, 1910
The Terra Nova, 1910
Polar Gallery: JPF-13297
JPF-13297
Polar Gallery: WAT-11152
WAT-11152
Polar Gallery: WAT-10858
WAT-10858
Polar Gallery: Scott of the Antarctic - page from The Sphere
Scott of the Antarctic - page from The Sphere
Polar Gallery: The End of Sir John Franklins Arctic Expedition, 1845
The End of Sir John Franklins Arctic Expedition, 1845
Polar Gallery: Captain Oates Dies
Captain Oates Dies
Polar Gallery: JPF-13408
JPF-13408
Polar Gallery: AUS-1932
AUS-1932
Polar Gallery: Emperor Penguin - Chick on Sea Ice
Emperor Penguin - Chick on Sea Ice
Polar Gallery: Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) viewed through hole in iceberg at Snow Hill Island rookery
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) viewed through hole in iceberg at Snow Hill Island rookery
Polar Gallery: Daniel Osterkamp, Lofoten, Mountain, Mountains, Norway, Panorama, Water, arctic, boat
Daniel Osterkamp, Lofoten, Mountain, Mountains, Norway, Panorama, Water, arctic, boat
Polar Gallery: Penguins & Gramophone
Penguins & Gramophone
Polar Gallery: Scott Polar Expedition - point of the Barne Glacier
Scott Polar Expedition - point of the Barne Glacier
Polar Gallery: Earth
Earth
Polar Gallery: Antarctic exploration, route maps
Antarctic exploration, route maps
Polar Gallery: WAT-11389
WAT-11389
Polar Gallery: WAT-11372
WAT-11372
Polar Gallery: CK-4266
CK-4266

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The polar regions of the Earth are some of the most unique and fascinating places on our planet. They are home to a variety of unique animals, plants, and landscapes that can't be found anywhere else in the world. Polar regions are also important for global climate regulation, as they play an integral role in moderating temperatures around the globe. In this essay, we will explore what makes polar regions so special and why they are worth protecting.

Polar regions consist of two distinct areas: the Arctic and Antarctic circles. The Arctic is located north of 66°33'N latitude while Antarctica is south of 66°33'S latitude. These two areas have very different climates due to their extreme latitudes; while temperatures in Antarctica can reach -50°C (-58°F), those in the Arctic rarely dip below 0°C (32°F). This difference creates distinct ecosystems that support a variety of wildlife not found elsewhere on earth; for example, polar bears live exclusively in the Arctic while penguins inhabit only Antarctica.

The unique environment created by these extreme temperatures also supports a wide range of plant life including mosses, lichens, grasses, shrubs and even trees like willows and birches which grow near rivers or along coastlines where there is more warmth from ocean currents or geothermal activity beneath the surface. Additionally, both poles contain vast amounts of ice which reflect sunlight back into space rather than absorbing it like land does; this helps regulate global temperatures by keeping them cooler than they would otherwise be without these icy surfaces present at either pole.

Finally, both poles provide important habitats for many species that migrate between continents such as whales or seabirds who use them as resting points during their long journeys across oceans or between continents each year. This makes them essential to maintaining healthy populations around the world since many species rely on these areas for food sources or breeding grounds during certain times throughout their migratory cycles each year.

In conclusion, polar regions offer us a glimpse into some of nature's most spectacular wonders with their unique wildlife and landscapes that cannot be found anywhere else on earth; however they also play an important role in regulating global climate patterns by reflecting sunlight back into space rather than absorbing it like land does which helps keep our planet cool enough to sustain life as we know it today! For all these reasons it is essential that we protect these fragile ecosystems so future generations can continue to enjoy all their