Animal Life abounds on Antarctica, also known as The White Continent. It has no government and no permanent population. Less
than 40,000 people make the voyage the continent each year. For many
tourists, the trek to Antarctica is an opportunity to visit the last of
the seven continents. For others, they just want to see the last
frontier, largely untouched and still untamed by man. Regardless of why
they go, everyone who has ever set foot on Antarctica is changed by the
Antarctica Photo Gallery
- View this Shutterfly photo gallery of my best photos from my ten day
expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula.
are natural formations resulting from compressed snow and the wave
action from relatively warm ocean waves. Antarctica's icebergs are some
of the most beautiful in the world. This video shows some of the icebergs that I saw during my January 2012 visit to the White Continent.
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