Exploration and Explorers
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From Africa to Antarctica and the conquistadors to modern adventurers, Live Science takes a look at some of the wildest expeditions ever launched.
Antarctica is a desolate place. It’s cold, windy and lonely. Everything about it is the exact opposite of my normal summer destination. But scientists value the continent like an uncut gem.
Four British women are attempting to take on the Pacific Ocean next year, by attempting to row across the 8,446-mile (13,600 kilometers) expanse unassisted.
A Japanese explorer will attempt to hike solo to the North Pole next year, armed with only as much supplies as he can carry.
National Geographic recognized the achievements of 13 individuals in their list of 2014 Adventurers of the Year.
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