10 Common Misconceptions about the Arctic

The Arctic is a big place. Like, really big – the Arctic spreads out over 14.5 million km2, and makes up part of eight countries – Canada, Finland, Greenland (Denmark), Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the U.S. Yet despite its impressive size the whole of the Arctic often gets painted with the same brush – it’s always dark, it’s always cold, and so on.

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