Bellingshausen Sea, part of the South Pacific bordering Antarctica. It is west of the Antarctic Peninsula between Alexander Island and Thurston Island. The sea was discovered by Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen (1778–1852), a Russian admiral and explorer.
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Antarctica, the ice-locked landmass around the South Pole. The name means "opposite the Bear" (the northern constellation), or "opposite the Arctic." It is the most remote and desolate of all the continents.
Arctic Regions, the area centering on the North Pole and including the Arctic Ocean, its outlying waters and islands, and the northern rims of North America, Europe, and Asia.