Samuel Dorsi - Aug 27, 2007
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The Antarctic is a remarkable continent - remote, hostile and uninhabited. Yet it is of key importance to our understanding of how the world works. For the early explorers Antarctica was the ultimate survival contest. For scientists it remains a place of intellectual challenge whilst for the modern tourist it is simply a wilderness of great beauty.

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