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southern hemisphere

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsouthern hemisphereˌsouthern ˈhemisphere, Southern Hemisphere noun   the southern hemisphere
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southern hemisphereEven when it is near the zenith, as it can of course be from the southern hemisphere, it still twinkles quite noticeably.Had explorers come from the southern hemisphere, would maps appear upside down?Those that evolved in the southern hemisphere, the marsupials, start to do this when their babies are very young indeed.Alerce is one of the longest lived trees in the southern hemisphere with some specimens believed to be over 4000 years old.In the southern hemisphere, however, few cemeteries can match La Recoleta in Buenos Aires.There are eighteen species of penguin worldwide, all confined to the southern hemisphere.Pigeons used to the northern hemisphere but moved to the southern hemisphere likewise orient with the predicted 180° error at noon.
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