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Antarctica’s cryptic clues

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain

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Antarctica is the last untouched continent on the planet – or is it? Recognised as a hostile continent of snow, ice and treacherous weather, these frozen waters have stories to tell. How do plants and animals live there? How have humans impacted Antarctica? Oceanographer Lavenia Ratnarajah will discuss her Antarctic expeditions and the cryptic clues left behind from small microscopic plants to large baleen whales.

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