If the climate and the position of a place are relative to each other , Antarctica's initial location 250 million years ago could have been million kilometers farther from its original location today. Considering the fact, that Antarctica is mostly covered with ice and glaciers and is a very cold continent located at the south pole. The emergence of the global warming that causes the melting of some of the glaciers in the earth that are mostly hit by the rays of the sun resulted to the overflowing of bodies of water from the melted ice making the bodies of water even bigger from the original composition of the earth. This will probably lead to the difficulty of determining the absolute location and boundary of some places due to the expansion of the bodies of water.