Canal March

Explorations in the Frozen World: Antarctica

Javier Cacho

Few regions of the planet have resisted the curiosity of human beings so tenaciously like the Arctic and Antarctica. Their natural settings, ravaged by an extreme climate that negates even the slightest recourse to life, have played host to the bitter struggle of generations of explorers to sketch the contours of such inhospitable lands and obtain trophies full of symbolisms: the poles. It was on the ice of Antarctica that the most spectacular race in the history of explorations took place.

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