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The Hilpanay Mountains, Plapanop Iceberg and Ginger Valley

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Theres not that much of Antarctica landforms but its mainly Iceland and icebergs that causes a lot of avalanches!

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How many landforms does antarctica have?

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Plains everywhere on earth are flat landforms. In Antarctica the plains are covered with an ice cap, which is also flat.

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Australia, Antarctica, N. America, S. America, Africa, Europe, Asia

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Which landform extends the farthest south?

There are landforms all over the world. It is near impossible to pinpoint the landform that extends the farthest south. Presumably, it would be located in the Antarctic continent. There are many mountain ranges in Antarctica, such as the Transantarctic Mountains, the East and West Antractica Ranges as well. There are many glaciers throughout Antarctica. Landforms are found as far south as the South Pole. Yes. Which is the closest? It is difficult to say.

What are the human features of Antarctica?

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Why are the claims on antarctica all wedge shaped?

Territorial claims in Antarctica are drawn along lines of longitude, which all converge at the South Pole, and many overlap. This is probably because the continent is covered in ice, so there are 'no natural landforms' -- they exist but are not predictable in their visibility -- to be used to mark borders.