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The shrine to Our Lady of the Snows and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
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Radar satellite dish and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
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Very complex patterns of Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
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The setting sun and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
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© B&C Alexander
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Icebreaker docked in Winter Quarters Bay with Scotts Discovery Hut in the foreground, shot from Hut Point. McMurdo. Antarctica
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© B&C Alexander
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Icebreaker docked in Winter Quarters Bay with Scotts Discovery Hut in the foreground, shot from Hut Point. McMurdo. Antarctica
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguin Colony at Cape Washington as seen from the helicopter. Ross Sea Antarctica
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© T. Jacobsen
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Inaccessible Island, UNESCO World Heritage site and part of the Tristan da Cunha Group of South Atlantic Islands
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© T. Jacobsen
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Zodiac landing on the shore at Inaccessible Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Part ot the Tristan group. South Atlantic Islands
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© T. Jacobsen
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Blendon Hall, Inaccessible Island Flightless Rail, Atlantisia rogersi, the smallest flightless bird in the world.
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© T. Jacobsen
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Blendon Hall, Inaccessible Island Flightless Rail, Atlantisia rogersi, the smallest flightless bird in the world.
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© T. Jacobsen
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Blendon Hall, Inaccessible Island Flightless Rail, Atlantisia rogersi, the smallest flightless bird in the world.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins return across the sea ice with bellies rounded by the food they are carrying to their chicks. Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins, adults and chicks in the colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins return across the sea ice with bellies rounded by the food they are carrying to their chicks. Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguin chick portrait. Cape Washington, Ross Sea. Antarctica
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© Goran Ehlme
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Tiny Emperor Penguin chick dead in the snow. Cape Washington, Ross Sea. Antarctica
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins return across the sea ice with bellies rounded by the food they are carrying to their chicks. Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins return across the sea ice with bellies rounded by the food they are carrying to their chicks. Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins, adults and chicks in the colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins, adults and chicks in the colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins on the sea ice in the colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.

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