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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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Mystery Of The Lost Arctic Civilization- Two Ancient Mummies Found At The Zeleny Yar Necropolis | Ancient Pages

Mystery Of The Lost Arctic Civilization- Two Ancient Mummies Found At The Zeleny Yar Necropolis | Ancient Pages | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Some years ago, archaeologists discovered ancient copper mummies that revealed a mysterious lost medieval civilization once lived on the edge of the Siberian Arctic.
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A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Just Redrew Antarctica’s Map

A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Just Redrew Antarctica’s Map | Antarctica | Scoop.it
A crack more than 120 miles long had developed over several years in a floating ice shelf called Larsen C, and scientists who have been monitoring it confirmed on Wednesday that the huge iceberg had finally separated.
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Deepest Dive Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World

Deepest Dive Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Our special report offers a rare look at life beneath the frozen continent—where penguins, seals, and exotic creatures thrive.
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Dramatic Video Shows Deadly Tsunami Hitting Greenland

Dramatic Video Shows Deadly Tsunami Hitting Greenland | Antarctica | Scoop.it
A 4.0 magnitude earthquake was recorded as the storm surged, but geologists believe a landslide could be to blame for the deadly tsunami.
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Doomed Expedition To The Pole, 1912

Doomed Expedition To The Pole, 1912 | Antarctica | Scoop.it
The journal of Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Scott describes the final days of his failed expedition
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Giant Waterfall in Antarctica Worries Scientists

Giant Waterfall in Antarctica Worries Scientists | Antarctica | Scoop.it
U.S. scientists report in the journal Nature that they studied photographs taken by military aircraft from 1947 and satellite images from 1973 to identify
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Photos Reveal More Than 200 Bright Blue Arctic Lakes Have Started Bubbling With Methane Gas

Photos Reveal More Than 200 Bright Blue Arctic Lakes Have Started Bubbling With Methane Gas | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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Antarctica: From Geology to Human History

Antarctica: From Geology to Human History | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Take a virtual field trip to Antarctica, as we go on location to explore the geology and history of the coldest, driest, windiest continent on earth.
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Sea Ice Extent Sinks to Record Lows at Both Poles

Sea Ice Extent Sinks to Record Lows at Both Poles | Antarctica | Scoop.it
The Arctic sea ice maximum extent and Antarctic minimum extent are both record lows this year. Combined, sea ice numbers are at their lowest point since satellites began to continuously measure sea ice in 1979.
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3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought

3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought | Antarctica | Scoop.it
New research estimates roughly six million Adélie penguins live in East Antarctica—cause for celebration and concern.
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It Was the Same Temperature in Cairo and Antarctica Today

It Was the Same Temperature in Cairo and Antarctica Today | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.
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Greenland shark may live 400 years, smashing longevity record

Greenland shark may live 400 years, smashing longevity record | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Species is the longest lived vertebrate
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What happens when it starts snowing on the world's driest continent? - Antarctic Oceans Alliance

What happens when it starts snowing on the world's driest continent? - Antarctic Oceans Alliance | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Antarctic wildlife expert Dr. Rodolfo Werner is sailing the Southern Ocean with the world’s best photographers and filmmakers. They are on a mission to inspire the world to protect the Antarctic Peninsula. In his latest dispatch, Rodolfo comprehends the …
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Black Hole Analogue Discovered in South Atlantic Ocean

Black Hole Analogue Discovered in South Atlantic Ocean | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Vortices in the South Atlantic are mathematically equivalent to black holes, say physicists, an idea that could lead to new ways of understanding how currents transport oil and garbage across oceans
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5 Historic Sites to Visit in Antarctica

5 Historic Sites to Visit in Antarctica | Antarctica | Scoop.it
History buffs rejoice! There are plenty of historic sites and monuments to visit on your Antarctic expedition, taking you back to the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration.
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Pictures: Mysterious Deep-Sea Life Below Antarctica

Pictures: Mysterious Deep-Sea Life Below Antarctica | Antarctica | Scoop.it
In the deepest dive ever beneath Antarctic ice, thriving plants and animals are captured on camera.
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Antarctica Is Melting, and Giant Ice Cracks Are Just the Start

Antarctica Is Melting, and Giant Ice Cracks Are Just the Start | Antarctica | Scoop.it
The massive iceberg poised to break off the Larsen C Ice Shelf may be a harbinger of a continent-wide collapse that would swamp coastal cities around the world.
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Doomsday Vault: The World's Seed Bank Backup

Doomsday Vault: The World's Seed Bank Backup | Antarctica | Scoop.it
On a remote Arctic island lies the world's seed bank backup; it holds specimens from around the world in case of catastrophic losses of crops.
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The Antarctic tourism industry needs to speak up - Antarctic Oceans Alliance

The Antarctic tourism industry needs to speak up - Antarctic Oceans Alliance | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Antarctic tour operators have a significant stake in keeping the Antarctic environment pristine, but they’ll need to exercise some political muscle if they want a say in Antarctica’s future. As the only continent without citizens, Antarctica needs the tourist industry …
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Antarctic Continent is Splitting in Half- Strange Events Detected Worldwide

There are some strange events happening in Antarctica. Images taken by scientists from NASA's Icebridge mission shows a rift in Larsen C, an ice shelf of
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Mysterious: What Aren't They Telling Us About Antarctica?

Mysterious: What Aren't They Telling Us About Antarctica? | Antarctica | Scoop.it
Secretary of Defense James Forrestal's suspicious death, German WWII bases, UFO technology, 5,000 strong US military operation and Antarctica, of course.
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Guest blog: How to move an Antarctic research station - Blog post - British Antarctic Survey

Guest blog: How to move an Antarctic research station - Blog post - British Antarctic Survey | Antarctica | Scoop.it
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NASA Is Putting Its Research Papers Online For Free

NASA Is Putting Its Research Papers Online For Free | Antarctica | Scoop.it
NASA will be putting most of the research it funds online for free in policy of open access to science.
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