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Antarctic Life: then and now

Living in Antarctica is an extreme experience. How do you survive the utter cold and feeling of complete isolation from the rest of the world?

Max Robertson is intrigued by this question, and in this story explores what everyday life is like on this icy continent; briefly comparing the experiences of Scott’s Terra Nova expedition over 100 years ago with those of scientists and explorers spending time there today.

Scott’s Hut at Cape Evans, Antarctica

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