A huge slab of ice has fallen off the western Antarctic peninsula, threatening the ice shelf behind it. Scientists say the collapse shows how quickly polar changes can occur amid certain climate conditions. A climatologist explains.
By PBS NewsHour
An international team of researchers has found more than 700 new species in the extreme depths of Antarctica's Weddell Sea, surprising scientists who had thought the region was largely devoid of life.
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