Christmas: Professor on 'travel restrictions' for Santa Claus
Children around the world will be eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus on December 25. The beloved festive figure visits in the night between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, so as never to be spotted.
However, his magical powers mean he travels all across the world to visit children in every country.
His movements can be tracked from today online as he makes his global journey.
The NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command) Santa Tracker has been following Father Christmas for over 60 years.
The online tool allows people to see where the red-suited man is throughout Christmas Eve and into Christmas Day.
So where is he at this very moment?
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Thursday 24 December
Santa Clause is yet to begin his journey.
His estimated departure time is in one hour.
Make sure to have his favourite festive treats ready!
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