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Since 2010 I have regularly visited the Antarctic because of my work as a marine biologist. I have been extremely blessed with the possibility to not only be in one of the last pristine ecosystems of the Planet, but I have also been blessed with the chance to study it, to learn about its immense wisdom in keeping that icy balance across the millennia, gigantic protector of one of the largest biodiversity on Earth.. The Antarctic is a treasure for the whole of the Oceans, for it is crucial for the World's climate regulation and for the very basis of other Ocean's food chain.

Breath taking in both its beauty and the physical challenge it represents, the Antartctic is nonetheless very fragile.


The Lonely Continent

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