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Down under also have that somewhere?
In that case where?
My guess is southern tip of south America?
Some island close to Antarctica?
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Re: 24hour daylight up in the north,you also have them somewhere...?
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2020, 11:03:08 AM »
The bottom end of the planet gets much the same distribution as the top end so 24 hour sunlight in normal in the southern hemisphere summers if you are far enough down. This is where the similarities end, while the north has Canada, Alaska Russia and the various islands between to modify the weather, Antarctica has nothing to slow up weather events and is circled by the great southern ocean and the winters produce some truly ferocious conditions.

Best real estate in between are the French Southern and Antarctic lands with some stunning landscapes and a pair of islands that OZ inherited called Heard island and McDonald islands but they a re difficult to get to at best and you really would not want to spend the winter there.
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