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David Harbour finally dances with penguins in Antarctica
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], Feb. 21 : David Harbour finally got his wish fulfilled of dancing with penguins in Antarctica.

Minke whales in Antarctica feed like Pac-Man: Researchers
Sydney, Feb 16 : A small camera placed inside the body of a minke whale showed the animal feeding in a manner resembling the videogame character Pac-Man in the Antarctic waters, according to footage released on Friday.

Aiming to be first Indian to traverse both Poles in a year
Hyderabad, Jan 22 : He aims to cross the Antarctica, not merely to become the first Indian to traverse both the poles -- North and South -- in under one year, but for a larger cause: Raising awareness about climate change.

IAF conquers 'Mission Seven Summits'
New Delhi , Jan 12 : A five-member team of the Indian Air Force (IAF) mountaineers have completed their Mission Seven Summits by successfully scaling the Mt Vinson in Antarctica.

IAF chief welcomes team that scaled Antarctica's highest peak
New Delhi, Jan 11 : An Indian Air Force (IAF) team that scaled Antarctica's highest peak Mt Vinson was flagged in by IAF chief Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa here on Thursday.

Penguins date back 14,600 years: Scientists
Beijing, Dec 21 : A study by Chinese scientists in East Antarctica has shown that penguins existed in the region 14,600 years ago, 6,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Google Street View Joins a Crab Migration of Millions on Christmas ...
SYDNEY: From herds of elephants in Kenya to penguins in Antarctica and frogs in the Amazon, the Street View Trekker has met some charming characters on its journeys around the world.

Melting East Antarctic ice sheet may cause global sea level rise
New York, Dec 18 : The East Antarctic ice sheet -- one of the two large ice sheets in Antarctica and the largest on the entire planet -- may contribute substantially to global sea level rise, finds a study.

Tiny ice losses at Antarctica's fringes can accelerate ice loss far ...
New Delhi , Dec 12 : A thinning of small areas of floating ice at Antarctica's coast can accelerate the movement of ice grounded on rocks hundreds of kilometers away, a new study shows.

Isansys Travels with NASA to Antarctica
OXFORD, England: A NASA exploration scientist set off on his mission to Antarctica being monitored by the Patient Status Engine, a physiological data collection platform which provides monitoring of individuals wirelessly and in real-time.

Isansys Travels with NASA to Antarctica
OXFORD, England: NASA to evaluate the use of Isansys' physiological monitoring tools to learn how to monitor explorers as they travel into space

Gujarat student youngest Indian chosen for Antarctica Expedition
New Delhi, Dec 7 : A 13-year-old student from Ahmedabad is the youngest Indian to be selected for the prestigious annual Antarctica Expedition organised to spread awareness about the effects of climate change.

World's fifth largest company Tencent launches QQ X Project in move ...
GREAT WALL STATION, Antarctica: The expedition for the QQ X Project, an undertaking of QQ, the instant messaging service owned and operated by leading Chinese internet firm Tencent Holdings, has successfully arrived at the Great Wall Station in Antarctica (62 degrees 12'59" S, 58 degrees 57'52" W) ...

World's fifth largest company Tencent launches QQ X Project in move ...
GREAT WALL STATION, Antarctica: The expedition for the QQ X Project, an undertaking of QQ, the instant messaging service owned and operated by leading Chinese internet firm Tencent Holdings, has successfully arrived at the Great Wall Station in Antarctica (6212'59" S, 5857'52" W) at the ...

Antarctica just lost a 'Delaware-sized' iceberg!
Washington D.C. [USA], Jul 13 : A massive iceberg about the size of the state of Delaware split off from Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf sometime between July 10 and July 12.

Antarctica's biodiversity 'falling between the cracks'
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 20 : The popular view that Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are in a much better environmental shape than the rest of the world has been debunked.

Giant Antarctic iceberg set to break away, say Swansea researchers
New York, Jan 6 : An iceberg expected to be one of the 10 largest ever recorded is ready to break away from Antarctica, according to Swansea University scientists.

Early noctilucent ice clouds formed over Antarctica
WashingtonD.C [US], Dec. 3 : The sky over Antarctica is glowing electric blue due to the start of noctilucent, or night-shining, cloud season in the Southern Hemisphere, shows data from NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM).

A century after their adventure, Antarctic heroes help make discovery
Washington D.C. [USA], Nov.24 : The research, which says area of sea ice around Antarctica has barely changed in size in a century, was contributed by the heroes of Antarctic exploration.

Climate change may shrink Adelie Penguin range by end of century
California, July 9 : Climate has influenced the distribution patterns of Adelie penguins across Antarctica for millions of years. The geologic record tells us that as glaciers expanded and covered Adelie breeding habitats with ice, penguins in the region abandoned their colonies.

Pervasive ice retreat in West Antarctica
California, June 23 : Along the Bellingshausen Sea coast of West Antarctica, ice has been retreating inland being lost to the sea.

Why Antarctica isn't facing global warming threats?
Washington D.C., May 31 : Guess why Antarctica is not melting down even after such drastic human-driven climate change.

Study helps explain sea ice differences at Earth's poles
California, May 21 : Why has the sea ice cover surrounding Antarctica been increasing slightly, in sharp contrast to the drastic loss of sea ice occurring in the Arctic Ocean? A new NASA-led study finds the geology of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are responsible.

Antarctic melt can double sea-level rise
Washington D.C, Mar 31 : A new study has revealed that if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated, a melting Antarctica will bring a massive sea-level rise, pushing it almost 50 feet by 2500.

Study claims Antartic birds can recognise individuals
Washington D.C., Mar. 26 : Just like crows, magpies and mockingbirds, brown skuas living in Antarctica can also recognise individual people.

Study claims Antartic birds can recognise individuals
Washington D.C., Mar. 26 : Just like crows, magpies and mockingbirds, brown skuas living in Antarctica can also recognise individual people.

Whales killed during 'scientific' expedition to Antarctica: Japan
London, Mar. 24 : Japan has confirmed that whales were killed during its most recent scientific expedition in the Antarctic region.

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away
Washington D.C, Mar 11 : Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle as a new study suggests that geoengineers will not be able to pump away the rising tides.

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away
Washington D.C, Mar 11 : Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle as a new study suggests that geoengineers will not be able to pump away the rising tides.

NASA takes part in Airborne Study of Southern Ocean
California, Jan 27 : A team of scientists has launched a series of research flights over the remote seas surrounding Antarctica in an effort to better understand how much carbon dioxide the icy waters are able to lock away.