Where do people live in the polar region?
Can I move to Antarctica?
Which of the following does not live in polar region?
Animals and fish that you’ll find in arctic habitats include:
living conditions in the polar regions are harsh: very low temperatures, violently strong winds, ground often frozen solid, alternation between long nights in winter and long days in summer and difficult access by any means of transportation.
No one actually lives at the North Pole. Inuit people, who live in the nearby Arctic regions of Canada, Greenland, and Russia, have never made homes at the North Pole. The ice is constantly moving, making it nearly impossible to establish a permanent community.
No, it is not easier for humans to live in polar regions because polar regions have adverse conditions. Still some humans inhabit the countries of north polar region. the conditions are adverse there because of extreme cold weather, limited vegetation and very less sunlight.
There are approximately 1.5 million people living in the Arctic, indigenous and non-indigenous, spread out over eight countries: Canada, the United States (Alaska), Denmark (Greenland), Iceland, Russia, Sweden, Norway and Finland.