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What is it like to live at McMurdo Station, Antarctica? Lt. Col. Ed Vaughan provides this first-hand perspective as part of the Defense Department's Armed with Science blog series, "Dispatches from Antarctica." Check out the Dispatches from Antarctica series on DoD's Armed with Science blog: http://go.usa.gov/a0o. For more DoD science and technology, visit http://science.dodlive.mil. See more DoD videos at http://www.dodvclips.mil.
Meet the lovely angel Laura of Plaza Central Canning hotel. The hotel became a sponsor of the trip with one week's accommodation that got me within a 3 hour flight to Ushuaia, port to Antarctica. Learn more about this lovely hotel in an exclusive shopping center only minutes from the airport at http://www.hotelplazacentral.com.ar/en/hotel-en Video by Ken Sheetz Broadcasting the dawn of the Golden Age http://dreamshiel.org
Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is a unique vacation destination located in Finnish Lapland, 250 km / 155 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Our accommodation offering includes our world-famous glass igloos as well as premium kelo-glass igloos, snow igloos and cozy log cabins. We are one of the best places in the world to view the northern lights, with the season lasting eight months, from the end of August until the end of April.
Antarctica 12 Living in Antarctica Kirk Watson Scrubout. Here we have to clean up the base during the first few days of our winter. Several of us have the accommodation block to clean while other people have different parts of base to tidy. Yes I did scrub my hands afterwards!
This is our cozy little room in Antarctica. Unfortunately, we waited until the last day before filming this so the room isn't in peak condition. However, we did love our little room. We could see Orcas (aka Killer Whales), Minke Whales, Seals and Penguins from our window. However, I hope you like our little House Tour. We love to share the places we stay,so check out our other house tours. Enjoy!
This remote "glamping" site in Antarctica features a series of igloo-like enclosures fitted with upscale decor like fur-covered chairs and bamboo headboards (+ slideshow). White Desert – billed as the "only luxury camp in the interior of Antarctica" – consists of heated, spherical pods made of fibreglass. Six are designated for sleeping, with each designed to accommodate two guests. Additional pods house a kitchen, a dining room, a lounge and a library. The domed shelters rest atop wooden platforms and are secured to the ground with metal cables. "Each suite stands alone on a rugged strip of land in the interior of Antarctica, midway between a frozen lake and towering walls of ice," states White Desert on its website. The site is part of a growing interest in "glamping" – or glamourou...
How Do I Get to Antarctica: climate change science, biology, experiment, environment, glacier, Temperature, snow, earth weather, Carbon emissions. Climate: https://youtu.be/2iyJ9MUsBj0 How Do I Get to Antarctica? Snagging a trip to Antarctica has never been so simple. Still, it's one of the trickiest places in the world to visit. Here are the five ways to get there. It used to be that traveling to Antarctica meant playing Russian roulette with your life. Tourism to the coldest, driest, and windiest place on Earth started in earnest in the 1950s, but even 15 years ago, getting there was a challenge. These days, trips to the continent can be tackled with (relative) ease. Just look at the numbers—last year, 37,405 visitors made the trip south, compared with 10,000 in 1999 and zero in 1914....
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Discover the pristine white expanses of Antarctica on a polar cruise with Peregrine Adventures. Travel to the end of the world and see for yourself the world’s best whale-viewing, seal-gazing and penguin-watching experiences. Find out more about Peregrine Antarctic adventures: http://www.peregrineadventures.com/antarctica
Campbell Island is the southernmost of New Zealand's five sub-Antarctic Islands. Windswept, cold, and surprisingly lush, Campbell Island is home to numerous endemic species. Featured here are several "megaherbs", the friendly Campbell Island Pipit and the Southern Royal Albatross, as well as visitors like the Erect-Crested Penguin. Something like 90% of the Southern Royal population breeds only here. Campbell Island is a very unique place in the world. Music by Essa (https://soundcloud.com/essa-1) Special Thanks to Oceanwide Expeditions for providing a most excellent adventure (https://oceanwide-expeditions.com/). Subscribe, and follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/neoteotihuacan
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The brown skua — a type of seabird that lives in Antarctica — appears to recognize individual humans, which is a trait typically only witnessed in high IQ city birds, according to new research published March 3 in "Animal Cognition"