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Time and life of Antartica

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on 25 October 2013

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Transcript of Time and life of Antartica

What makes a good sled dog?
finding a food sled dog is like finding a good person honest, hardworking, friendly positive attitude, and curious. healthy, thick coat, muscular structure, good feet, ability to run fast.
how long does a sled dog live?
sled dogs live for not much like 5 yeras it depends on there health
More sled dogs die racing then they do in the poles. At least 143 dogs have died in the Iditarod. (iditarod: dog racing competition)
Paws on the snow

The original sled dog where chosen
size, brute strength and stamina.
The modern sled dog is a mixed breed
"Alaskan" huskies they where chosen for their endurance, strength, speed, though feet, good attitude and most importantly their desire to pulling hardness
Why dogs?
What are they used for?
These dog sleds were important for transportation in arctic areas, hauling supplies in areas that were inaccessible by other methods. They were used with varying success in the explorations of both poles, as well as during the Alaskan gold rush.
Dog deaths
Antarctic sled dogs
The climate of Antarctica is the coldest on the whole of Earth. Antarctica has the lowest naturally occurring temperature ever recorded on the ground on Earth −89.2 °C or (−128.6 °F) at Vostok Station. Twenty years ago, Minnesota's Will Steger led the first dog-sled trek across Antarctica
The end of an era
Dogs were removed from Antarctica by April 1994. This ban was introduced because of concern that dogs might introduce diseases such as canine distemper that might be transferred to seals, and that they could break free and disturb or attack the wildlife.
http://www.yukonquest.com/site/modern-sled-dog/ slide 3
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sled_dog slide 2
http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/iditarod/dogs_life/index.asp?article=dogs_life slide 4
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_do_sled_dogs_live_for slide 5

http://www.willstegerfoundation.org/online/item/1094-twenty-years-ago-minnesotas-will-steger-led-the-first-dog-sled-trek-across-antarctica slide 6
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