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Nature's Perfect Gliding Machine: The Albatross « Earth Dr Reese ...

Nature's Perfect Gliding Machine: The Albatross « Earth Dr Reese ... | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Albatross are the greatest long distance travelers on Earth. These globetrotters are the bloodhounds of the sea, miraculously making a modest living over the vast open ocean. There are 24 species of albatross with ...
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Penguin Post Office, 2014-2015, Natural World - BBC Two

Penguin Post Office, 2014-2015, Natural World - BBC Two | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Looking at a post office in Antarctica that is surrounded by 3,000 gentoo penguins.
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Cool Antarctica, pictures of Antarctica, facts and travel guide

Cool Antarctica, pictures of Antarctica, facts and travel guide | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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South Pole experiences more record heat in August to end warmest winter ever - ScienceBlog.com

South Pole experiences more record heat in August to end warmest winter ever - ScienceBlog.com | Antarctica | Scoop.it
September 6, 2013 Earth, Energy & Environment Last month was …
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Antarctica activities & experiments | CSIRO

Antarctica activities & experiments | CSIRO | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Ice crystals, critter cams, igloo recipes and more. Brush up on your polar science with these great experiments.
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Creatures of the deep

Creatures of the deep | Antarctica | Scoop.it
What creatures live in the deepest parts of the Southern Ocean around Antarctica? See how scientists use special...
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Penguin wave better than a group hug!

Penguin wave better than a group hug! | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Emperor penguins form a big, tightly packed huddle to keep warm in Antarctica, the coldest and windiest continent on...
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Antarctic (Cold Desert) Food Chain

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Antarctic Explorers: Ernest Shackleton

Antarctic Explorers: Ernest Shackleton | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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The race to the pole

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Scott Base and The NZ Antarctic Programme | Antarctica New Zealand

Scott Base and The NZ Antarctic Programme | Antarctica New Zealand | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Antarctica New Zealand is the Crown Entity that manages Scott Base, the research station for New Zealand's Antarctic programme.
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Robert Falcon Scott

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Amundsen, Race to the South Pole - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine

Amundsen, Race to the South Pole - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine | Antarctica | Scoop.it
The Man Who Took the Prize: A century ago Scott lost and Amundsen won--partly because he knew when to turn back.
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Remembering Robert Falcon Scott - Current Affairs - The Listener

Remembering Robert Falcon Scott - Current Affairs - The Listener | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Rebecca Priestley travels to Antarctica 100 years after Scott died in freak conditions in a place that now has much to tell us about climate change. , Current Affairs
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The Stunning, Unexpected Colors of Antarctica and Its Penguins | Raw File | WIRED

The Stunning, Unexpected Colors of Antarctica and Its Penguins | Raw File | WIRED | Antarctica | Scoop.it
When Canadian photographer Gaston Lacombe left to spend two months in Antarctica, he expected to find only icebergs and white-out blizzards. Instead he encountered a wild spectra of hues, including pink, green, and red. “I found a place teeming with life and color,” says Lacombe. “The perception of Antarctica as a white, empty space might…
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The Expedition Willis Resilience Expedition 2013

The Expedition Willis Resilience Expedition 2013 | Antarctica | Scoop.it
An Expedition To Understand Our Changing World On December 3, 2013 the Willis Resilience Expedition departs from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica with two goals: to test the limits of resilience in the face of adversity and to help understand our changing world. Nineteen year old Parker Liautaud will trek 640 kilometres from the […]
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Scientists in Antarctica

Scientists in Antarctica | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Explore the driest, windiest, coldest place on Earth. Discover why scientists flock to Antarctica every year. This clip...
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About Antarctica | CSIRO

About Antarctica | CSIRO | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Antarctica is the coldest, windiest, driest and most isolated continent on Earth.
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Accelerating glaciers in Antarctica

Accelerating glaciers in Antarctica | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Discover a white world in which glaciers are racing toward the sea at seven times their normal speed. This is what is...
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Infographic: Explore the Aurora Australis

Infographic: Explore the Aurora Australis | Antarctica | Scoop.it
The Aurora Australis has been at the centre of Australia's research in Antarctic since the super icebreaker was launched in 1990. Explore the ship by clicking on different levels and rooms in the interactive infographic above. Australia's Antarctic flagship has purpose-built facilities for marine science and oceanographic research and boasts the ability to tackle whatever the South Ocean throws at it - navigating 10-metre seas, ploughing on through winds of up to 150 kilometres an hour and cutting its way through sea ice. The ship can accommodate up to 140 people, meaning that on a six-week voyage its kitchen can go through 4,500 eggs, 1,000 kilograms of potatoes and 280 litres of ice cream.
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Canmore author Stephen Bown rediscovers greatest Arctic explorer, Roald Amundsen

Canmore author Stephen Bown rediscovers greatest Arctic explorer, Roald Amundsen | Antarctica | Scoop.it
When researching his new book Stephen Bown found no shortage of material about Roald Amundsen, the eccentric and driven Norwegian explorer who was the first to conquer both the South and North Poles. For months, Bown’s Canmore home was filled with piles of papers that he had photocopied from the New York Times digital archives. Over the first 20 years of the 20th Century, the Gray Lady printed more than 400 stories about Amundsen. If they weren’t writing about his adventures during the so-called “Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration,” they would focus on his lectures, his larger-than-life persona or, eventually, his spectacular 1928 death somewhere in the Barents Sea.
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Ernest Shackleton's Hut, Cape Royds, Antarctica | Antarctic Heritage

Ernest Shackleton's Hut, Cape Royds, Antarctica | Antarctic Heritage | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Learn the history of Ernest Shackelton's British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition (1907-1909) and about the conservation of Shackleton's Hut at Cape Royds.
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The World Factbook

The World Factbook | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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Discovering Antarctica - teaching and learning resources on Antarctica

Discovering Antarctica - teaching and learning resources on Antarctica | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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Roald Amundsen

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Scott's biographer: British polar hero was incompetent - opinion - 04 October 2011 - New Scientist

Scott's biographer: British polar hero was incompetent - opinion - 04 October 2011 - New Scientist | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Captain Scott was a morbid romantic, the victim of a tradition of heroic failure, says Roland Huntford – and Amundsen's diary makes much better reading
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