Antarctica Webcams

If you are looking forward to see the wilderness and the combination of rock, ice, snow and diversified set of flora and fauna that is different from rest of the world Antarctica is the best place for you. The place is simply blessed by nature with huge mountains and ice all over the place. The ice free zone in the state is just less than one percent. In the vastness you can just see polar bears, snow and penguins.The continent of Antarctica has no native population of its own because the living conditions are very harsh and they hardly support the existence of life. The huge continent has believed to have a population of immigrants in the summer season of up to three thousand, while during the cold season the population drops to two thousand. The lowest temperature recorded in Antarctica is 89 degrees Celsius. Vinson Massif is the highest elevation in the continent, with a height of almost 4,900 meters.



South Pole, Antarctica Online Cameras popular
The US Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station is seeing a great deal of construction activity these days. Years of planning are finally coming to fruition as the steel frame of the new station rises out of the snow and ice of the polar plateau. To the left is a fisheye view of the first stage of construction. From mid April until September don't be surprised to find a black photo. The sun is below the horizon for roughly six months.
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Antarctica Penguin
From October to April the webcams show breeding activities of Gentoo penguins. Most cams updated every 15 minutes. In the background you can see some icebergs and the rough mountain range of the Antarctic peninsula!
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at Neumayer-Station
The Alfred Wegener Institute carries out research in the Arctic and Antarctic as well as in the high and mid latitude oceans. Several webcams
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from Antarctica
Webcams at Halley and Rothera stations as well as onboard RRS James Clark Ross and RRS Ernest Shackleton. There is also a webcam at King Edward Point run by the Government of South Georgia.
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