• This is what Antarctica looks like through the eyes of a missing research team👁

    The author has transferred the entire unique archive to his Telegram channel. 10 episodes are dedicated to expeditions to areas that are closed to ordinary people.

    About the lost civilization: "Atlanteans, giants, every civilization has been wiped off the face of the earth. Ours is the eighth civilization in existence."
    [Release #1]

    Hidden Continents "At least three continents have been found. One of them is right under Antarctica, the other two are inaccessible and guarded by an army."
    [Release #3]

    About the true creators of man: "We are a farm. They call us a failed experiment and use us as batteries"
    [Release #5]

    7 out of 10 episodes are already available to anyone who is not afraid to learn the truth about our world. 👉 Hidden History 📜

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    This is what Antarctica looks like through the eyes of a missing research team👁 The author has transferred the entire unique archive to his Telegram channel. 10 episodes are dedicated to expeditions to areas that are closed to ordinary people. About the lost civilization: "Atlanteans, giants, every civilization has been wiped off the face of the earth. Ours is the eighth civilization in existence." [Release #1] Hidden Continents "At least three continents have been found. One of them is right under Antarctica, the other two are inaccessible and guarded by an army." [Release #3] About the true creators of man: "We are a farm. They call us a failed experiment and use us as batteries" [Release #5] 7 out of 10 episodes are already available to anyone who is not afraid to learn the truth about our world. 👉 Hidden History 📜 t.me/Hidden_History
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  • SECRET ACTIVITIES IN ANTARCTICA BY TALES OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE
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    SECRET ACTIVITIES IN ANTARCTICA BY TALES OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE https://www.bitchute.com/video/gAwpeNqLavH1/
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  • RT - Edge of the World: How research in Antarctica will help to decode the secrets of our planet:

    https://www.rt.com/india/589377-india-scientific-expedition-antarctica/

    #Antarctica #Bharati #Maitri #ISRO #Expedition #ClimaticChange #Weather #GoldNanoparticles #EarthScience #Glaciology #Geology
    RT - Edge of the World: How research in Antarctica will help to decode the secrets of our planet: https://www.rt.com/india/589377-india-scientific-expedition-antarctica/ #Antarctica #Bharati #Maitri #ISRO #Expedition #ClimaticChange #Weather #GoldNanoparticles #EarthScience #Glaciology #Geology
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    Edge of the World: How research in Antarctica will help to decode the secrets of our planet
    India’s 43rd scientific expedition to Antarctica sets sail to continue research on the planet’s atmosphere, weather and biology
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  • Richard Sidey is a wildlife filmmaker based in Wanaka, New Zealand. This is a footage of a close encounter he had with a humpback whale in Antarctica.

    Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/B9P1rYtgIYt/
    Site: https://www.richardsidey.com/
    Richard Sidey is a wildlife filmmaker based in Wanaka, New Zealand. This is a footage of a close encounter he had with a humpback whale in Antarctica. Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/B9P1rYtgIYt/ Site: https://www.richardsidey.com/
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  • 9 Amazing facts about the eagle.

    1. Eagles have excellent eyesight and can see prey from great distances. They can even spot a rabbit from up to two miles away!

    2. Eagles are found on every continent except Antarctica.

    3. The bald eagle is the national bird and symbol of the United States.

    4. Eagles can fly up to speeds of 120 miles per hour (193 km/h) when diving for prey.

    5. Eagles have a wingspan of up to 7 feet (2.1 meters).

    6. Eagles are known to mate for life and will return to the same nest every year to breed.

    7. Eagles are apex predators and have few natural predators themselves, with the exception of other eagles and large predators such as bears.

    8. Eagles are important cultural symbols in many cultures and are often associated with power, strength, and freedom.

    9. Eagles are believed to have a lifespan of up to 30 years in the wild, although many eagles die before reaching their full potential due to habitat loss, hunting, or other factors.
    9 Amazing facts about the eagle. 1. Eagles have excellent eyesight and can see prey from great distances. They can even spot a rabbit from up to two miles away! 2. Eagles are found on every continent except Antarctica. 3. The bald eagle is the national bird and symbol of the United States. 4. Eagles can fly up to speeds of 120 miles per hour (193 km/h) when diving for prey. 5. Eagles have a wingspan of up to 7 feet (2.1 meters). 6. Eagles are known to mate for life and will return to the same nest every year to breed. 7. Eagles are apex predators and have few natural predators themselves, with the exception of other eagles and large predators such as bears. 8. Eagles are important cultural symbols in many cultures and are often associated with power, strength, and freedom. 9. Eagles are believed to have a lifespan of up to 30 years in the wild, although many eagles die before reaching their full potential due to habitat loss, hunting, or other factors.
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  • The Sahara or Sahara desert is the largest hot desert in the world, and the third largest after Antarctica and the Arctic.

    With more than 9,400,000 km² in area, it covers most of North Africa, occupying an area almost as large as China or the United States. Credits: Vila's corner.
    The Sahara or Sahara desert is the largest hot desert in the world, and the third largest after Antarctica and the Arctic. With more than 9,400,000 km² in area, it covers most of North Africa, occupying an area almost as large as China or the United States. Credits: Vila's corner.
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  • The ocean is vast and deep but still they found Shackletons ship Endurance outside antarctica at 3000M/10000ft how on earth that happened. By the way... do u know that there was No ice on Antarchica not so "long ago"?
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    The ocean is vast and deep but still they found Shackletons ship Endurance outside antarctica at 3000M/10000ft how on earth that happened. By the way... do u know that there was No ice on Antarchica not so "long ago"? https://youtu.be/Dk6XKfnY-hY
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  • The only total solar eclipse of 2021 will take place this weekend.
    The total event will be visible only from Antarctica, but astronomy fans in the rest of the southern hemisphere, including parts of Chile, New Zealand and Australia, will be able to enjoy a partial eclipse of the sun.
    
    A solar eclipse observed from Coquimbo, Chile, July 2, 2019.Rodrigo Garrido / Reuters
    The only total solar eclipse of this year will occur this week, but it will be visible only from Antarctica, according to NASA data. The event, which will take place next Saturday, December 4, will reach its maximum extension around 07:33 GMT for spectators near the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf on the Antarctic continent.
    However, astronomers from the rest of the southern hemisphere - including parts of Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, the British island of Saint Helena, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Crozet Islands and Falkland Islands - you can enjoy a partial eclipse. In most of these places, the phenomenon will occur before, during and after sunrise or sunset, which means that observers will need to have a clear view of the horizon in order to see it.
    The next total solar eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024 and will be widely visible in Canada, Mexico and the US Meanwhile, in Europe no astronomical event of this type is expected to occur in this century
    The only total solar eclipse of 2021 will take place this weekend. The total event will be visible only from Antarctica, but astronomy fans in the rest of the southern hemisphere, including parts of Chile, New Zealand and Australia, will be able to enjoy a partial eclipse of the sun.  A solar eclipse observed from Coquimbo, Chile, July 2, 2019.Rodrigo Garrido / Reuters The only total solar eclipse of this year will occur this week, but it will be visible only from Antarctica, according to NASA data. The event, which will take place next Saturday, December 4, will reach its maximum extension around 07:33 GMT for spectators near the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf on the Antarctic continent. However, astronomers from the rest of the southern hemisphere - including parts of Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, the British island of Saint Helena, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Crozet Islands and Falkland Islands - you can enjoy a partial eclipse. In most of these places, the phenomenon will occur before, during and after sunrise or sunset, which means that observers will need to have a clear view of the horizon in order to see it. The next total solar eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024 and will be widely visible in Canada, Mexico and the US Meanwhile, in Europe no astronomical event of this type is expected to occur in this century
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