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# Antarctic

This month
July 2024
Kildare explorer Ernest Shackleton's shipwreck Endurance given extra protection
Shackleton and his men had been stranded on a tiny island off the coast of Antarctica when ship Endurance had been swallowed by ice.
All time
One person killed after 'rogue wave' hits Antarctic cruise ship during storm
2022 had lowest extent of Antarctic sea ice on record for any July
Antarctica hits record temperatures, experts say
It's World Penguin Day today (it's a thing) and it turns out they're actually helping scientists to map the Antarctic
Iceberg as big as Galway on the brink of breaking away into ocean
An iceberg the size of Mayo is about to break off Antarctica - and could start a chain reaction
How do you tackle a HR crisis 1,300km from civilisation? Ask Ernest Shackleton
Here's what Ernest Shackleton and his crew were having for dinner, inching through the ice 100 years ago today...
Seals are having sex with penguins - and there are videos to prove it
11 once-in-a-lifetime winter holiday experiences to make your friends jealous
That weird duck sound heard off the coast of Australia? It's a...whale
Chinese ship used in Antarctic rescue now stuck in ice
Attempt to rescue science ship stranded in Antarctica since Christmas fails
Here’s What Happened Today: Monday
Aircraft-mounted cameras capture stunning views of polar regions
Column: Climate change warnings should put the heat on all of us
Gavin Harte
Whose Christmas dinner is this?
Frank Hurley’s Antarctica: images of early 20th century polar exploration
Explore Antarctica...from your couch
British woman sets Antarctic crossing record
Japan intends to continue Antarctic whaling
RTÉ denies it misled on viewing figures for Charlie Bird's South Pole trek
Ice loss is accelerating in Greenland and Antarctica: NASA study
Japan wants international action against anti-whaling group
Japan temporarily halts Antarctic whaling