They study penguins and other wildlife, as well as
Explorers find that camp stoves, lanterns, ice axes are all useful in Antarctica.
Explorers to go to Antarctica to explore: this is their work.
Scientists and explorers.
All polar explorers between about 1899 and 1922 -- the Heroic age of Antarctic Exploration -- traveled to Antarctica by sailing ship.
Sleeping bags and tents work nicely for sleeping in Antarctica, if you are an explorer.
Early explorers took both dogs and ponies to Antarctica.
They set up tents and slept in them
they go to the restroom in there igloos
Yes. Several huts are preserved today and contain relics left by explorers.
Yes. Since they had to cross the Southern Ocean, they needed special equipment to contend with the cold as they approached Antarctica.
Early explorers of Antarctica used sleeping bags made of deer skin.
Explorers were looking for Antarctica. Explorers stumbled upon the Americas on accident, and the continents of Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia were known prior.
Antarctica has not been 'conquered' -- many explorers from many countries have mounted expeditions to Antarctica. The British explorers of note include Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Sir Earnest Shackleton, Ranulph Fiennes, and James Weddell.
No, because the explorers that have travelled there, have come back safely.
Yes, Antarctica is the correct spelling of the word. Some example sentences are: The explorers perished in the Antarctica. The Antarctica is a frozen continent.
Depending on the economies and the extent of the expedition, explorers usually arrive at the continent's shores by ship or by chartered airplane.
Early explorers between 1898 and 1922 brought dogs to Antarctica. The practice is now forbidden.
why do you think antarctica was named terra incognita ********************* Terra incognita is Latin for unknown territory, which to early explorers of Antarctica, was an unknown land.
Because they wanted to see how white it was and the animals
A race to the south pole, between 2 explorers, whose names were: Roald Amundsen, and Captain Scott.
Food brought by the explorers to Antarctica included tinned and dried foods. The main food source, however, was pemmican, a 50/50 mix of lard and ground meats.
Sir Robert Falcon Scott always sailed to Antarctica -- the only mode of transport available to explorers at the time.
Antarctica has never been founded. Early explorers in the 1700s confirmed -- found -- that there was a continent in the south polar region.
Explorers require financing in order to pay for their expeditions. Adding research to the expedition's charter simply broadens the option for funding.
Ships were - and still are - used to travel to the continent.
One explorer is named Sir Douglas Mawson.
Early 20th Century explorers found the south one there.
Explorers brought food with them to Antarctica. One staple is pemmican: a mix of 50% ground meat and 50% lard.
Scott wanted representatives from each of the military branches represented by the explorers who accompanied him to Antarctica.
You may be thinking of icebergs.
they have to ;learn about all the responibilitys about going there. they have to know what to do as well as everything else
cause everywhere else had pretty much been claimed already.
Generally, because these explorers were either experienced in exploration or military living, latrine trenches were dug, used and covered -- where the waste froze.
he gave interest to explorers which lead to exploration then to north & south America and antarctica.
Roald Amundsen, Richard E, Byrd, and James Cook
ross and larsen are two of the ice shelves they are both named after explorers
Fresh water is available from melting ice or desalinating sea water.
Polar explorers consumed the food stuffs they brought with them, and generally, these included generous quantities of fats. Thousands of calories are required to support life and work in this extreme environment.
Yes, there are stories of early explorers who died in Antarctica. As well, during more modern times, people who behave carelessly or take unnecessary chances with their lives have died there.
Antarctica has no native human population; there are only scientists, explorers and adventurers passsing through. Without a fixed population, no way to determine a currency or a language.
No. Antarctica is a continent that is not owned by the United States. In fact, many countries (the USA among them) have sent explorers there or set up scientific bases in order to do research.
There are currently no famous singers in Antarctica. One of Antarctica's most famous explorers is Sir Edmund Hillary who is also known as the first man to summit Mt. Everest.
See wildlife, participate in different kinds of activities, like kayaking or diving, hike, visit places of interest (like huts of first polar explorers) etc.
People who work and live in Antarctica are assigned to shelter locations, generally dormitories. Field camp workers take tents for shelter. On expeditions, explorers carry their own shelter with them.
The McMurdo Antarctica station was opened in by the United States in 1956. It had been used previously under different names by British explorers. The temperature is rarely above freezing.
With the exception of Antarctica, European explorers did not "discover" any location. The locations they visited had indigenous populations (people already lived there) who were aware of its existence before the Europeans arrived.
In modern times, death in Antarctica is extremely rare. During the Heroic Age of exploring Antactica -- 1899 to 1922, explorers and expeditions were notorious for team members' deaths.
A regular diet is useful in Antarctica, plus you will need additional calories just to stay warm. Vigorous work can demand about 5,000 calories per day, as demonstrated by the polar explorers.
Antarctica was the last continent to be discovered, based on its inaccessibility. Early explorers discovering land masses on planet earth sailed in ships that were not suitable for polar sailing. Because of its size and extreme elements, much of Antarctica remains unexplored today.
All working dogs removed from the Antarctic continent are taken back to their country of origin by the explorers who transported them there.