The Hardy and Amazing Flora of the Arctic Tundra

The Hardy and Amazing Flora of the Arctic Tundra

The surprising reality to those that travel there is that the white drifts and landscape of the Arctic are actually quite beautiful. The flora that grows in the Arctic also helps to make it a picturesque kind of place. The problem is that not enough people know about the flora or understand how anything could actually grow in the Arctic.

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The A to Z Guide to Cruising the Antarctic

The A to Z Guide to Cruising the Antarctic

Like many of life’s most rewarding experiences, an exploration of the South Pole takes some preparation and knowledge. You’ll be sailing into one of the most hostile environments on the planet, and it’s not an undertaking that should be lightly taken.

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World Penguin Day

World Penguin Day

World Penguin Day! April 25th - a day in celebration of the world’s most formal of our feathered friends. They hop, they skip, they jump, they march for incredible distances and endure fantastically bleak environments.

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The Enthralling Nature of Marine Mammal Evolution

The Enthralling Nature of Marine Mammal Evolution

The most noticeable physical changes include the streamlining of every marine mammal’s body. Each mammal used to have more noticeable ears, and their bodies also once contained hind limbs. Now whales and other marine mammals have small holes that they hear out of, and they have developed a cylindrical body…

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What to Pack on Your Antarctic Cruise

What to Pack on Your Antarctic Cruise

The bag you use to pack all your items, should be appropriate for your travels ahead. Although many want to pack everything they own, this is not necessary. Antarctica is so unique, that many people overpack.

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Humpback Whales Sing for Food, Not Entertainment

Humpback Whales Sing for Food, Not Entertainment

The normal call of a humpback whale can be heard from miles away, and they often make noises that sound similar to crying, howling and moaning. This sticks out even more because their songs will often last for hours. In other words, people who join an Arctic or Antarctic expedition…

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