Discover the mysterious frozen world of Antarctica along with intrepid explorers from Captain Cook to Shackleton, Scott, and Byrd. These 30 full-page black-and-white illustrations portray highlights from the international contest to reach the South Pole, plus wildlife, snow-covered landscapes, and ot... read more
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Discover the mysterious frozen world of Antarctica along with intrepid explorers from Captain Cook to Shackleton, Scott, and Byrd. These 30 full-page black-and-white illustrations portray highlights from the international contest to reach the South Pole, plus wildlife, snow-covered landscapes, and other fascinating aspects of the remote region. Scientifically accurate in every respect, this book was created by an illustrator and a curator affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.
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