100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is ‘Almost’ Edible – National Geographic

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Aug 112017
 

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100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is 'Almost' Edible
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"Living and working in Antarctica tends to lead to a craving for high-fat, high-sugar food, and fruitcake fits the bill nicely, not to mention going very well with a cup of tea." (See "Opinion: 6 Reasons Antarctic Explorers Were Tougher 100 Years Ago
A 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Was Found 'Perfectly Preserved' in AntarcticaTIME
Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is 'Almost Edible'History
Fruitcake taken to Antarctica by famous British explorer Robert Falcon Scott found in remote hut – and it's still EDIBLEThe Sun
Atlas Obscura –Food & Wine –Antarctic Heritage Trust –Wikipedia
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What’s Really In Antarctica’s Mysterious Blood Falls – National Geographic

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Apr 302017
 

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What's Really In Antarctica's Mysterious Blood Falls
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Located in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys, the falls pour forth from Taylor Glacier, and the liquid bubbles up from fissures in the glacier's surface. The flow was previously a mystery, as the mean temperature is 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (-17 degrees
Scientists solve huge mystery in AntarcticaBABW News
The mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls has been solvedSFGate
Mystery Of Antarctica's Blood Falls Is Finally SolvedForbes
Popular Science –Yahoo7 News –CTV News –Cambridge University Press
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Get an Amazing Whale’s-Eye View Underneath Antarctica – National Geographic

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Apr 272017
 

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Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica
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We're crammed into an inflatable black rubber zodiac on a blustery day in Antarctica's Gerlache Strait, puttering toward a motionless humpback whale. A fist-sized camera with gangly grasshopper-like antennae and suction cup feet sits on a pole resting

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Antarctica Is Covered With More Meltwater Than Thought – National Geographic

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Apr 192017
 

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Antarctica Is Covered With More Meltwater Than Thought
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Ice floats near the coast of West Antarctica seen from a window of a NASA Operation IceBridge airplane on October 27, 2016. Meltwater flows risk hastening the collapse Antarctica's ice shelves—but in some cases, meltwater drainage could help keep ice …
Scientists have discovered vast systems of flowing water in Antarctica. And that worries them.Washington Post
Hundreds of Meltwater Streams Found Flowing Across AntarcticaLive Science
Antarctica's massive lakes, rivers, and streams could help us understand rising sea levelsThe Verge
The Independent –Gizmodo –Daily Mail
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3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought – National Geographic

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Mar 162017
 

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3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought
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New research estimates roughly six million Adélie penguins live in East Antarctica—cause for celebration and concern. WATCH: Adélie penguin numbers have marched upward in East Antarctica, but the news may not be all happy. Footage courtesy …
Scientists Miscalculate Antarctica's Penguin Population By 3.6MHuffington Post Australia
Adelie penguin numbers jump due to counting method change – ABCABC Online
WATCH: Scientists now estimate twice as many Happy Feet penguins live in AntarcticaBusiness Insider Australia
The Mercury –Latin American Herald Tribune –Telegraph.co.uk
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A Rare Look at the Disappearing World of Antarctica’s Whales – National Geographic

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Dec 072016
 

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A Rare Look at the Disappearing World of Antarctica's Whales
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Cierva Cove, AntarcticaAri Friedlaender kneels at the front of our inflatable boat as it bobs on the ocean. He holds a rifle, with two metal harpoons protruding from its muzzle. His gaze is fixed a few feet ahead, where something big stirs just beneath

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Titanic Dinosaurs Trekked Across Antarctica to Reach Australia – National Geographic

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Oct 212016
 

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Titanic Dinosaurs Trekked Across Antarctica to Reach Australia
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Titanic Dinosaurs Trekked Across Antarctica to Reach Australia. New fossils have improved the family tree for long-necked dinosaurs, revealing an ancient voyage across an ice-free Antarctica. 0. Picture of rendering of a live Savannasaurus elliottorum.
Long-necked dinosaur species discovered in Australia may have trekked from AntarcticaThe Japan Times
Savannasaurus Elliottorum: Wide Hips, Big Belly, Amazing Voyage From Antarctica To AustraliaThe Inquisitr
New long-neck dino may have embarked on transcontinental slog across AntarcticaScience Magazine
The Register –Pulse Headlines –SBS –Nature
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‘Extreme Weather’ Film Connects Nature’s Fury to Climate Change – National Geographic

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Oct 142016
 

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'Extreme Weather' Film Connects Nature's Fury to Climate Change
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Filmmaker behind new IMAX documentary also shares how his team made such stunning imagery—and sometimes it was harrowing.
National Geographic's Newest Climate Change Documentary 'Extreme Weather' to Hit Theaters on October 153BL Media (press release)

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Antarctica’s blue whales are split into three populations – Australian Geographic

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Mar 082016
 

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Antarctica's blue whales are split into three populations
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ANTARCTICA'S CRITICALLY endangered blue whales, the world's largest animal, are made up of three populations, according to a new DNA analysis. Although the groups occur together when feeding in Antarctic waters, they are genetically distinct.

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This Man Will Spend 80 Days Walking Antarctica Alone – National Geographic

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Nov 092015
 

This Man Will Spend 80 Days Walking Antarctica Alone
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I would like the world to be sufficiently able to harness renewable energy so as to not even contemplate exploiting Antarctica. Polar adventurers often pretend to be scientists and say that they are going to "raise awareness of global warming" etc, etc
My brother-in-law isn't just a relative of mine, but a hero as wellThe Independent

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