The summer is about the same length in the Arctic and the Antarctic. This is because, since they are both at the poles of the Earth, they spend approximately the same amount of time tilted toward the sun, but during opposite times in the year. However, there are significant differences in what happens during the summer months between the two areas. Because at the Arctic there is no land, and Antarctica is actually a landmass, the ice formations in the two areas are very different.
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