Is the Arctic Circle in the Northern or Southern Part of the World?

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The arctic circle is in the northern part of the world. The arctic circle is an imaginary line that marks the coldest part of the northern hemisphere. Many scientists consider the arctic circle starting point to be just north of the tree line. There is a point where it is too cold for any trees to live.
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