Terra Antarctica

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49:32 | 2009
For this one-of-a-kind documentary on the seventh continent, National Geographic conducted a sea-level exploration of the Antarctic Peninsula by kayak, sailboat, small plane and foot—observing the fast-changing evolution of this most remote place for six weeks. Seriously impacted by climate change—temperatures have warmed along the Peninsula faster than anywhere else on the planet during the past 50 years—this part of Antarctica is also experiencing both a tourism boom and international property rights battles while its ice slowly disappears.

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Topics: Water, Climate Change, Kayaking, Global Warming, Sea, Ice, Tourism, Nature, Temperature, National Geographic
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Lum Bert
Lum Bert
December 17, 2013
A+
Derrick Brown
Derrick Brown
December 14, 2013
B
JAMES
JAMES
September 25, 2013
C
Arne Pepin
Arne Pepin
July 20, 2013
great movie i hope this will open up some peoples minds on how fragile our world really is
Levar Levar Hage
Levar Levar Hage
December 14, 2012
Getting my education on. How many people can tell me something about Antarctica other than the obvious that it is cold.