The Arctic circle. There are no permanent human populations south of the Antarctic circle.
There is no permanent human population south of the Antarctic Circle, however, scientists do conduct research in some centers where they rotate on a seasonal basis. That being said, the area north of the Arctic Circle is much more populated, having about two million people that inhabit the area. More than 60% of the population live in Russia, followed by Norway and Finland. The population in North America accounts for less than 3% of the total population that live in the circle.
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