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2 - what, where, why?

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On average, Antarctica's ice sheets are nearly 2.5km thick – that’s about the same as ten Canary Wharf Towers stacked on top of each other!

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The world upside down?

 

measuring the ice

 

going back in time

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Meltdown

Antarctica the frozen continent

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