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How To Stay Safe and Healthy In Antarctica

This article ‘How to stay safe in Antarctica’ is designed to get you through your amazing journey safe and sound. Antarctica can be a beautiful yet perilous place- the risks are real. From

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5 Useful Apps For Your Trip To Antarctica: Come Prepared

Antarctica is a unique destination, filled with sights and sounds you cannot find anywhere else. As such, it is tempting to leave the smartphone and tablet at home, making it easier to immerse yourself

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Scuba Diving In Antarctica: Explore Hidden Worlds

Although not well known, scuba diving in Antarctica is definitely one of the most fascinating dive experiences on earth! Antarctica is a place like no other – an unexplored paradise covering 14 million

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Top 5 places to visit in Ushuaia

Welcome to Ushuaia. Located at the most southern tip of Argentina, this charming city lies on the island of Tierra del Fuego on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel. Founded in 1870 by British

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Scientific Research in Antarctica: Understanding The Environment

For centuries humans have been captivated by the mysterious frozen continent of Antarctica. From the earliest sightings by the 19th-century pioneers to the present day, scientific research in Antarctica

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Iceberg the size of Bali poised to break off the Antarctic shelf

An iceberg, anticipated to among the largest recorded, is positioned to break away from Antarctica. Scientists from the UK-based research team, Project MIDAS, have been monitoring the developing rift in

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Flying Over Antarctica: The Best Views In The World

Have you ever wondered what it would be like flying over Antarctica? What sights you would see? An icy white expanse sprawling with dramatic cliff faces, majestic icebergs and rugged mountainous terrain.

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Antarctica’s Melting Ice Sheets Are Leading To Ominous Predictions

It’s been 9 years since the United Nations panel of scientists related to the world their studies of climate change that predicted that, if nothing was done in relation to greenhouse gas emissions,

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World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Antarctica is now a Reality

The world’s largest marine reserve in Antarctica is now a reality thanks to a landmark agreement. The European Union and 24 countries unanimously agreed to protect a massive 617,000 square miles of

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Interview with an expert – Andy Rouse

Interview with an expert – Andy Rouse For this months ‘Interview with an expert’ we’re very excited to be talking to one of the best wildlife photographers on the planet – Andy Rouse. Andy’s

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