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Cold... frozen

Tia Cheong

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Antarctica

by Tia cheong Antarctica Many animals in Antarctica have adapted to the freezing temperatures and the harsh weather there. many of these animals are only found in this part of the world. Penguins are the most common animals living in Antarctica, but there are only 17 species of them! A few plants have also adapted to the climate there, such as moss, algae and some microscopic fungi. some plants live in the snow while 2% grow on the coastal rocky surface. Antarctica's animals and plants The first person the see Antarctica was captain james cook but researchers are not sure about this because of the heavy snow fall which blocked any further progress. Roald Amundsen was the first person to reach Antarctica in december 1911. After roald there were many other explorers who attempted to reach antarctica but wasn't as sucssesful as him. History Antarctica is a cold isolated continent at the bottem of the earth. Many animals and plants have all adapted to cold harsh weather and tempereatures there. Antarctica has made a world record of having the coldest tempereatures from -86'c. Introduction ***** ***** * *****
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