Coal can be found underneath the cold and dry Antarctic ice cap, though coal can only form in warm and wet conditions. This could mean that Antarctica was once together with the other continents as part of the Pangaea, and was once in a warm and humid region. Coal was formed before Antarctica drifted away to its present cold and dry climate. That is why the coal can be found buried under the thick layer of ice and snow.
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