It's the biggest question of the day: Where is Santa Claus?
Children around the world will be on their best behavior Tuesday, hoping for a visit from the jolly old elf himself.
According to the NORAD Santa Tracker, St. Nick left the North Pole at 3:30 a.m. on Christmas Eve.
#NORAD just received notification that #Santa just took off from the North Pole! His magical journey around the world has begun!!!https://t.co/gSvRD6ezKo#NoradTracksSanta #SantaTracker #NoradSanta #ChristmasEve #Christmas #NORAD— NORAD Tracks Santa (@NoradSanta) December 24, 2019
His first stops were a few of the islands in the Pacific, then the most eastern part of Russia and down to Australia.
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