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Climbers cross open crevasses on Fortuna Glacier retracing Sir Ernest Shackleton's epic crossing of South Georgia in 1916  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00260473 Climbers cross open crevasses on Fortuna Glacier retracing Sir Ernest Shackleton's epic crossing of South Georgia in 1916© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
King penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) and Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella), by the old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaught...
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90789207 King penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) and Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella), by the old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaught...© Ashley Cooper
The old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat. February...
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90789206 The old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat. February...© Ashley Cooper
Old whaling station at Grytviken, South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat. February 2014
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90789205 Old whaling station at Grytviken, South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat. February 2014© Ashley Cooper
Grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton at Grytviken cemetary on South Georgia. February 2014
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90788581 Grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton at Grytviken cemetary on South Georgia. February 2014© Ashley Cooper
Folded rocks, showing the pressures created by tectonic drift, in Stromness Bay, South Georgia, in the Southern Ocean. February 2014
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90788580 Folded rocks, showing the pressures created by tectonic drift, in Stromness Bay, South Georgia, in the Southern Ocean. February 2014© Ashley Cooper
Passengers on an expedition cruise to Antarctica following part of Shakleton's famous walk across South Georgia. The group are walking from Fortuna Bay to Stromness. South Georgia, Antarctica. Februar...
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90781042 Passengers on an expedition cruise to Antarctica following part of Shakleton's famous walk across South Georgia. The group are walking from Fortuna Bay to Stromness. South Georgia, Antarctica. Februar...© Ashley Cooper
Grave of Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, South Georgia Island, February 2011  -  Ingo Arndt/ npl
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90377292 Grave of Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, South Georgia Island, February 2011© Ingo Arndt / NPL
Hut at Cape Royds from Sir Ernest Shackleton's Nimrod Expedition (1907-1909) Ross Sea, Antarctica, December 2008  -  Sue Flood/ npl
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90102500 Hut at Cape Royds from Sir Ernest Shackleton's Nimrod Expedition (1907-1909) Ross Sea, Antarctica, December 2008© Sue Flood / NPL
Sir Ernest Shackleton's grave, Grytviken whaling station, South Georgia, Antarctica November  -  Roy Mangersnes/ npl
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90056223 Sir Ernest Shackleton's grave, Grytviken whaling station, South Georgia, Antarctica November© Roy Mangersnes / NPL
Re-burial of ashes of Frank Wild alongside grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton, Grytviken, South Georgia, November  -  Martin Hale/ FLPA
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80160071 Re-burial of ashes of Frank Wild alongside grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton, Grytviken, South Georgia, November© Martin Hale / FLPA
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