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  Scott of the Antarctic

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Scott of the Antarctic Picture 1 - Portrait of British explorer Robert F. Scott - Photos.com/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 2 - Antarctic explorer on sledge pulled by huskies - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Nelson Mandela Picture 3 - Antarctic explorers keeping warm inside their tent - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 4 - King penguins on a block of ice - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 5 - Antarctic explorers on skis pulling sledge - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 6 - Antarctic explorer in crevasse hanging onto rope - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 7 - Statue of British explorer Robert F. Scott - Hemera/Thinkstock
Scott of the Antarctic Picture 8 - Antarctic explorer heating food on cooker inside cave - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 9 - Antarctic explorers gathering penguin eggs - Dorling Kindersley/Thinkstock Scott of the Antarctic Picture 10 - Map of Antarctica Scott of the Antarctic Picture 11 - A photograph shows members of Captain Robert Scott's expedition to the South Pole. The photograph was taken in Antarctica in about 1912. - Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Scott of the Antarctic Picture 12 - Robert F. Scott writes in his diary during his final expedition to the South Pole, at his base at Cape Evans, on Ross Island - Antarctica. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Scott of the Antarctic Picture 13 - Members of Robert F. Scott's last expedition haul a heavy sledge laden with supplies. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Scott of the Antarctic Picture 14 - A postcard commemorating explorer Robert F. Scott - Photos.com/Thinkstock
More Resources
National Geographic
Here you will find amazing photos of Scott's Hut in the Antarctic. Because of the frigid climate, the hut is almost perfectly preserved.
The National History Museum
Watch fantastic videos about Scott's expeditions and the science that has been done in Antarctica for more than 100 years.
Royal Museums Greenwich
Here you will find some more interesting facts about Scott.

 
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