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Antarctica

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Antarctica Animals Animals of Antarctica Penguins
Shrimp
Plankton
Seals
Sea birds
Whales
Killer Whales
Fish
Squid Bibliography www.nationalgeographic.com/.../antarctica.jpg Bases Climate Roald Amudsen Food Chain http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0215022/explorers.htm
Antarctica has six months of daylight and six months of darkness. The earth revolves around the sun and tilts on it's axis. During the winter, Antarctica is tilted away from the sun, causing it to be dark. For the half of the year that is summer, Antarctica is facing the sun and getting more of its direct rays. There are three main Australian Bases
Casey
Davis
Mawson

http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2008/03/14/MAWSON_narrowweb__300x389,0.jpg Roald Amundsen was a Norwegian polar explorer who was the first person to reach the South Pole. Amundsen and his small expedition reached the South Pole on December 14, 1911. Amundsen was also the first person to sail around the world through the Northeast and Northwest passages, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. He was the first person to reach South Pole. Amundsen died in a plane crash attempting to rescue his friend, the Italian explorer Umberto Nobile who was lost in an airship. Amimals like krill are important because all the animals need them to live. They are painted bright
colours so that they can
see them easier. www.aad.gov.au
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