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Antarctic Conservation Blog

Antarctic Conservation Blog From London's Natural History Museum comes this fascinating look at the mysterious Antarctic with text, wonderful photographs, and many informative links. Especially interesting are the discussions of Shackleton's expedition and a look at his actual camp.
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Antarctic Conservation Blog


From London's Natural History Museum comes this fascinating look at the mysterious Antarctic with text, wonderful photographs, and many informative links. Especially interesting are the discussions of Shackleton's expedition and a look at his actual camp.

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