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Discovering Antarctica(2)

Today marks the date in 1911 when Roald Amundsen's expedition became the first to reach the South Pole. This resource rich website will help students understand the challenges that Antarctica faces, the history of its exploration and the relationship between
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Today marks the date in 1911 when Roald Amundsen's expedition became the first to reach the South Pole. This resource-rich website will help students understand the challenges that Antarctica faces, the history of its exploration and the relationship between Antarctica and the rest of the world. Activities reveal how it feels to live and work there, the climate and the type of research being undertaken.

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