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The Polar Bear Week Energy Challenge

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During late autumn in Canada, home to 60 percent of the world’s polar bear population, the annual migration of these majestic and massive creatures kicks off. Polar bears head to Churchill, Manitoba, in early November, preparing for the Hudson Bay freeze-up, which will give them access to an important food source: seals.

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Meet the Albatross: An Imposing Sight, Struggling to Survive

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Few sights are as breathtaking as an albatross in flight. In addition to its overall beauty and grace, the albatross has the largest wingspan of any bird, measuring as wide as 12 feet. Weighing up to 20 pounds on average, they're difficult to miss on your polar expedition.

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Greenery and More in Greenland: Parks and Nature Reserves

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There’s a lot of truth to the belief that Iceland is predominantly green and Greenland is predominantly ice.
But that’s not to say Greenland is all ice and barrenness. In fact, there is plenty of green space and amazing scenery, and it can all be experienced in a number of park settings there.

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Adopt a Polar Bear on International Polar Bear Day

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Climate change continues to reshape the Arctic, and with it, the habitats of its wildlife. This year on International Polar Bear Day, you'll have a variety of ways to show your support for our furry friends in the Far North. 

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How Antarctic Expeditions Assist in Albatross Conservation

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All about the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators

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While researching travel to the Antarctic, you've probably come across the name "IAATO" (International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators) a number of times. We asked Dr. Kim Crosbie, Operations Director for IAATO to answer a few questions for us about what exactly IAATO is and why it's so important. She also gave us a few words about her personal experiences in Antarctica!

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