Keep Antartica on Ice

UMANS WERE NOT AROUND TO SEE ANTARCTICA in the good times, tens of millions of years ago, when it was home to palms and baobab trees, reptiles and marsupials. It had some of the same mountains it has today, some of the same valleys and inlets. But it didn’t have the

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