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Peter I Island

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Peter I Island is an island of Antarctica claimed by Norway as one of it's dependencies. It is the smallest part of Antarctica claimed by any country.

Although it is largely unrecognized. It is a dependency claim of Norway.

Climate[change | change source]

The climate is Antarctic, of which the temperature in winter drops down to -25° C, and in summer, it drops up to 5° C.

Geography[change | change source]

152 km² (99%) of the island is covered by a huge glacier. Some tourists research over the island. There are 50 people in summer. The island was unclaimed.