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By the end of your Antarctic expedition, I promise you’ll be able to identify the various penguin species almost immediately. One that doesn’t get as much attention as its cuter cousins is the strange-looking Adelie. Unlike other penguins, these...
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My favorite seal in Antarctica, the crabeater is also the most abundant, with millions of adults calling the ice of Antarctica home. In fact, they mostly live on icebergs and floating bits of ice, which they use as places to sleep, rest, and catch...
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The second-largest seal in Antarctica, the mighty leopard seal can be found throughout Antarctica and on nearby islands. Also known as the Sea Leopard, this animal is most definitely a predator, feeding on seals, penguins, and fish. Its only...
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If there is one clear resident of Antarctica, it is the penguin. Five species call Antarctica home, and they number in the millions—a fact that won’t surprise you after your first landing on the Last Continent. The most common species in...
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You may think you’ve kayaked in some extreme spots, but nothing beats an afternoon paddling in Antarctica. Not all expeditions offer this as an excursion, so be sure to check in advance if this is something you really want to try. Zodiac boats are...