Visiting Antarctica Is Such a UNIQUE Experience
Did you ever imagine what it would be like to visit Antarctica? Well, this couple did just that. In this video, Kara and Nate document their first impressions of this frozen continent, their journey, and their encounters with penguins and seals!
The Icy Reaches of Antarctica Are Breathtakingly Beautiful
But Antarctica is enormous in scale, beautiful like no other place on earth and wild beyond your imagination. Travel with us to the breathtaking icy reaches of Antarctica. 1. The density of ice and lack of air bubbles gives the ice a striking blue color Source: 23am.com 2.
Antarctica: What’s Life Like in the Frozen Continent
Antarctica is cold, barren, and isolated. It’s unbelievably harsh conditions make it almost impossible for humans to live here. And yet, somehow, people have managed to live here.
Is Antarctica Truly Owned by No Nation?
Antarctica, the southernmost continent that contains the South Pole, doesn't belong to any nation. But that doesn't mean that it's completely off-limits to everyone.
The Amazing “Snow Cruiser” – Antarctica’s Lost Behemoth
Designed to withstand the desolate, crystal freeze of Antarctica, the massive vehicle was 17 meters (55 ft) long, 6 (19 feet) meters wide, and weighed more than 34,000 kg (74,957 pounds). This innovative mobile base was to help Americans explore the previously unknown terrain in Antarctica.
Come on an Expedition to Antarctica - A Frozen Wonderland
Richard Sidey Expedition Photography nature, penguins, Antarctica, expedition The southernmost continent is probably the least explored landmass on earth, and it is also a place of miraculous beauty.
24 Amazing Antarctica Facts to Thrill Your Friends With
Antarctica, the world's most southerly continent, is certainly the only part of the world that is on no one's bucket list. Hardly anybody ever thinks of coming here, and consequently, very little is known about Antarctica.
The Life that Exists Below Antarctica is Truly Mesmerizing
National Geographic photographer Laurent Ballesta took a plunge below the ice cold sea and embarked on the deepest dive ever made under Antarctica, in which he captured both thriving plants and animals. Here's what he saw: Click on images to enlarge 1. A penguin swims past a diver nearby.
12 Photos That Show How Dazzling Antarctica Can Be
Antarctica is the coldest place on Earth. It is famously known as "the land of snow and ice" as the continent is almost always covered in thick sheets of ice that can reach up to an average of 2,450m (8038 ft).
Did You Know That Once Upon a Time Antarctica Was Green?
Antarctica, that ice-covered landmass, has been virtually uninhabited for thousands of years. However, scientists have now revealed that the continent actually used to have a green and lush past.
NO Commercial Air Routes Go Through Antarctica. Here's Why
Why Do Planes Fly Over the North Pole But Not Antarctica?
The Penguins of Antarctica Lead Such Amazing Lives.
A Gentoo type penguin trying to navigate on the snowy soil of Antarctica. Oamaru, New Zealnad is one of the only places you'll find a sign like this, because a colony of blue penguins that live a few miles out of town, any come out of the water as the sun sets.
Making New Friends In Antarctica - Amazing Tale!
Paul Nicklen, describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer (our dream job) - coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predator and befriending it. Now Paul may be an amazing photographer, but apparently he's not much of a Leopard Seal.
Have You Ever Seen a Wave Frozen in Time?
When the temperatures are extremely low, like they are in the wintertime in Siberia or Antarctica, even waves can freeze. This is truly a spectacle of a lifetime. Luckily, you can watch it on video from your warm and toasty home!
A Most Beautiful Exploration of the Ocean Floor
It is with the help of this technology that, for the first time in our history, we can explore not only the bottom of the great oceans but, as you're about to see, the great underside of Antarctica and the ocean floor below it. There are some amazing sights to behold in those freezing depths.
The Land of White and Blue - Beautiful!
There is always something mysterious about Antarctica, the land that time has seemingly forgot.
These Men Were the Stars of the Heroic Age
Although Roald Amundsen and his team became the first men ever to reach the South Pole back in 1911, an Australian geologist by the name of Douglas Mawson also led an expedition to Antarctica during that year.
The Uncompromising Beauty of the Southern Pole...
Antarctica. A land ruled by the color white, the silence of ice and snow. But at night, in the huge, black skies above the icy desert, one can see incredible colors zooming across the great void.
Scientists Have Found a 1.5-Million-Strong Penguin Colony
Scientists have recently discovered a previously-unknown, 1.5 million-bird-strong, penguin colony hidden in plain sight in the remote Danger Islands in Antarctica – more than the rest of the entire Antarctic Peninsula combined. This discovery is amazing for two reasons.
Icebergs Ahead! These 18 Stunning Photos Are Just the Tip...
Jutting iceberg, Antarctica The phrase 'tip of the iceberg', comes from the fact that only around 10% of an iceberg can be seen floating above the waters, as this image perfectly illustrates. 3.
Watch Penguin Chicks Hatch in this Beautiful Nature Video
Beautiful Nature: Penguin Chicks Hatching nature, animals, video, penguins, birds, wildlife, Antarctica This fascinating video uses hidden cameras to capture the moments when baby penguins emerge from their shells, ready to be shown off by their proud dads.
Confused Between the Arctic & the Antarctic? Watch This...
Busting Common Myths About the World’s Two Polar Regions landscapes, geography, baba recommends, Antarctica, Arctic, history facts, explanations, arctic circle, scientific explanations, frozen land The Arctic and the Antarctic lie at the opposite extremes of the planet., but they still confuse many.
What Happened to the Hole in the Ozone Layer?
science, earth, atmosphere, Antarctica, climate, climate change, hole in the ozone, ozone layer The hole in the ozone layer was one of the hottest topics in the late 1980s. So why haven't we heard about it in so long?
There Are So Many Reasons for Us to Love Penguins
They are one of nature's great survivors - living in the icy climes of Antarctica and the Sub-antarctic, often in huge colonies crammed full of mating pairs and young families. Enjoy these beautiful photos of penguins, while learning more about these fascinating birds via the information provided.