Countries with Territorial Claims in Antarctica (With a Map)

Seven countries claim a piece of Antarctica. How many can you name?
Note: These claims are not recognized by the international community
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Last updated: December 10, 2017
First submittedDecember 10, 2017
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United Kingdom
New Zealand
Level 69
Dec 10, 2017
I'm really surprised Russia and US don't have a claim.
Level 30
Dec 10, 2017
Level 30
Jun 11, 2018
Then why don't they just claim Mary Byrd Land (that south-west bit that nobody claims)?
Level 71
Apr 14, 2018
This is great!
Level 68
Sep 5, 2019
Didn't Norway extend their territorial claim to the South Pole?
Level 30
Sep 5, 2019
Look at the description of Wikipedia: "Norway claims two territories. Peter I Island (small circle in the top of the unclaimed territory) and Queen Maud Land. Norway has not officially elaborated as to the northernly and southernly extent of Queen Maud Land. This is why the Norwegian claim is illustrated differently from the other claims. It is however generally assumed that the Norwegian claim follows the norms of the other Antarctic claims."