While both of these regions are fascinating, and of course cold, they have a number of differences. An example is the polar bear, which you only will find in the North Pole.
The Polar Regions represent the toughest climate known to man especially that of the Antarctic, which surrounds the South Pole. The coldest temperature ever recorded in nature was in the Antarctic where an unbelievable -88°C (-126°F) was measured.
Visit this fantastic white, secluded world and meet the animals that mysteriously have managed to survive these harsh conditions.