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Antarctic Lesson Plans
There are a number of sites with very good Antarctic related lesson plans. When I have some time I will work on some also. If you are a teacher and want ...
Zoos and Aquariums with Penguins
Want to see penguins without travelling the world. There are many great displays of penguins in zoos and aquariums, and likely to be one near you. ...
Antarctica: Penguins
Photographic images and information about several species and details of zoos at which penguins can be seen.
Week 3 November 19 - 26 2007 Communications
For a low orbiting satellite they have to move extremely fast to achieve this .... Listening to a Rugby World Cup final with the Comms crew, Rich (another ...
1965 Winter Over Personnel of Wilkes Station Antarctica
Brian Paul Ryder, Radio Operator. Kenneth John Shennan, Senior Diesel Mechanic. Edward Patrick Simmons, Weather Observer (radio). John Walter Tarbuck, Cook ...
Antarctic FAQ
Highest point in Antarctica is Vinson Massif 4897m high (16067ft). Most of Antarctica is a high ice plateau at an average of between 2000 and 4000 meters. ...
1967 Winter Over Personnel of Wilkes Station Antarctica
Peter Jackson, Bob Liddell, Jeff Stickland, Ian Kerr, Erik Hansen, Eddie Davern, Colin Whitehead. John Tarbuck, Dave Broad, Graeme Currie, Peter McGrath ...
Zoos and Aquariums with Penguins
Blackfoot Penguins (Spheniscus demersus) at Henry Vilas Zoo. ... Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Blackfoot Penguins - Spheniscus demersus ...
King Penguins - Aptenodytes patagonicus
King penguins are the second largest penguin, second to the emperor penguin, to which they are closely related. They live on the many sub-antarctic islands ...
Antarctic FAQ
Thus a magnetic compass at the South Pole will point north! But north to where? The position of the South Magnetic Pole in February 1998 was 64.59° S and ...
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