Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Surviving The Worst Winter In The World

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Much of Antarctica has endured more than three months of complete darkness - but yesterday, the Sun rose again for the first time over the horizon at French-Italian Concordia Station, an extreme and isolated outpost. Antarctic-based doctor Alexander Kumar, originally from Derbyshire, UK, and now based at the station, describes living through 'the worst winter in the world.'

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