Why is the Earth like a magnet?
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This field surrounds the Earth and extends right out into space. The Earth's magnetic field is changing constantly.
This means that the magnetic north pole is not always the same as the geographic, or true, North Pole that you find on a map, although it wanders about in the same region.
Millions of years ago, the north magnetic pole lay in what is now the Sahara desert.
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Date Added: 09 December '11
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