Century-old samples might teach us something new about climate change.
Growing foods, at ungodly temperatures, without any soil or sunlight — strike one for science!
One of the biggest icebergs in the world has now exposed a potentially alien-like ecosystem.
Their job will be to take pictures of fat seals and I’m so, so envious.
Antarctica hasn’t always been the icy wasteland it is today.
The warmer temperatures seen in latter years helped keep its size in check.
Some countries are already planning to phase out coal by 2030 but it’s not enough.
Scientists caution that it’s too early to involve climate change in this instance.
Not good. No, not good at all!
You could wear a T-shirt in these caves under the Antarctic.
No one touched it for more than a century, not even the penguins.
Exciting but scary news at the same time.
When we said ‘Go green,’ this really wasn’t what we had in mind.
As is often the case, more questions arose after the mystery was solved.
This could have been going for decades but scientists are worried nevertheless.
Gentoo penguins are prolific poopers, much to the delight of some scientists.
An effect of warming climate, or just a string of coincidences?
Next time you go to Antarctica, pack your shorts.
It looks like we’re moving closer to a dramatic break-up.