The North Pole is not located on a continent, as there is no land underneath the North Pole. Only a large piece of drifting ice is under the North Pole. The mass of ice shrinks and expands based on the season. More »

The North Pole is the magnetic pole that has no land mass beneath it. The North Pole is merely a floating mass of ice that drifts throughout the year. Thus, it has no permanent location and no permanent inhabitants. More »

There is no land under the ice at the North Pole because the North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The ocean is mostly covered by ice sheets about 6 to 10 feet thick, which expand during autumn and win... More »

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The North Pole, the northernmost part of the Earth, is not officially part of any single nation. One country, Russia, has placed a flag on the North Pole. More »

The North Pole's latitude is 90 degrees north, and the South Pole's latitude is 90 degrees south. The latitude indicates each geographic point's distance from the equator, which lies at zero degrees latitude. More »

The North Pole is the magnetic pole that has no land mass beneath it. The North Pole is merely a floating mass of ice that drifts throughout the year. Thus, it has no permanent location and no permanent inhabitants. More »

There is no land under the ice at the North Pole because the North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The ocean is mostly covered by ice sheets about 6 to 10 feet thick, which expand during autumn and win... More »

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