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True or False One daylight period at the South Pole lasts twenty-four hours.

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  1. anonymous
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    False, it lasts 6 months straight during the southern summer.

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    False. The South Pole gets sunlight for six months during the summer. In the winter it doesn't get any sunlight at all.

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    It looks like you already have gotten your answer. The answer is False. The South Pole receives sunlight only six months out of the year-the Summer, whereas in the Winter they receive none.

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