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Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Natural Habitat Adventures August 30, 2014 0

There are some fantastic Antarctica discounts being offered on last-minute 2014 bookings, and we’re celebrating by featuring our favorite Antarctica articles all month on Good Nature!  This week, learn all about Antarctic penguins, a

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Photographs from an Antarctica Expedition

Photographs from an Antarctica Expedition

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 28, 2014 9

I have a fixation with ice and the world’s cold places. I think it’s mostly because I’m convinced that winter is an endangered “species.” That’s why the poles have always called to me. Science

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5 Reasons to Visit Antarctica Early in the Summer Expedition Season

5 Reasons to Visit Antarctica Early in the Summer Expedition Season

Natural Habitat Adventures August 23, 2014 1

Did you see our post about the fabulous Antarctica discounts being offered on 2014 bookings?  In case you some extra inspiration to take advantage of these offers, we’re celebrating Antarctica all month by posting

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Where in the World You Can See Penguins

Where in the World You Can See Penguins

Maddi Higgins April 23, 2014 1

They slide on their bellies across the snow, congregate on icebergs and seem to fly through freezing water in search of fish. That’s how most people picture penguins, in Antarctica. The southernmost continent has

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Will Climate Change Increase Antarctica’s Biodiversity—Or Diminish It?

Will Climate Change Increase Antarctica’s Biodiversity—Or Diminish It?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 15, 2014 15

We’ve all heard the dire predictions about the world’s polar bears: according to the U.S. Geological Survey, two-thirds of them could disappear by 2060, even under moderate projections for shrinking summer sea ice caused

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Save the Krill: Why These Tiny Creatures are Crucial to Antarctica’s Wildlife

Save the Krill: Why These Tiny Creatures are Crucial to Antarctica’s Wildlife

Nate Small March 27, 2014 3

Two days ago I said goodbye to my last Antarctica expedition group.  We had a blizzard-like morning inside the caldera of an active volcano followed by a wonderfully calm afternoon where the penguins were

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Inside Antarctica: Penguins, The Stars of the Show

Inside Antarctica: Penguins, The Stars of the Show

Nate Small February 13, 2014 0

A question I like to ask people when we are heading southward to the last great wilderness is “why are you here”?  Of all the answers, the most common reasons people choose an Antarctica

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Inside Antarctica: Rare Video of a Leopard Seal

Inside Antarctica: Rare Video of a Leopard Seal

Nate Small January 30, 2014 0

One of my favorite things about Antarctica cruises is always the zodiac excursions.  I’ve done hundreds of these zodiac trips now, and the wildlife encounters never fail to surprise and amaze me.  Today’s excursion

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