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Great news about emperor penguin numbers!
There are nearly 600,000 emperor penguins in Antarctica - twice as many as was previously thought - according to a new satellite survey.
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Alien plants invade Antarctica! Via BBC News >> http://bbc.in/xfnpyS
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I'm thinking if they're from Earth, they're not alien. Besides, we don't toss the word "Alien" around these days, the PC nomenclature is" Undocumented Plants"...
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In this clip from his classic programme Life in the Freezer, David Attenborough meets some very inquisitive (and very fluffy) king penguin chicks!
In a fantastic clip from Attenborough's 1993 series Life in the Freezer, Sir David demonstrates how inquistive baby penguins are. A great glimpse into the li...
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Great to see a post here on G+, would be fantastic if you could share some behind the scenes pics and stories as per the excellent segments at the end of each episode. I'm sure there's a ton of great fragments and there'd be big interest
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Introduction
Our poles are enchanting, unexplored wildernesses. They are full of things humans have never seen, places we’ve never been, and plants and creatures we know very little about…a world beyond imagination.