Do more people live in the Antarctic circle or the arctic circle?



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    The Arctic circle. There are no permanent human populations south of the Antarctic circle.

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    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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