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Antarctica has lost its status as a protected area

This protected continent is a new "Klondike" or "Eldorado" for the extraction of minerals and fresh water, the last reserve of untapped resources in the world. With the temptation being too great, humanity has decided to conduct a land conversion of Antarctica.

The landscape of the continent is changing rapidly. Endless snowscapes, dotted occasionally with scientific research stations and a modest tourist camp are are giving way to towering drilling rigs, multi-ton machinery and bustling towns where workers live - to the great surprise of seals, penguins and cormorants.

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Josh Actually for those who say Antarctica isn't a place to live in. I'm here to help you understand this. Were in a global warming type of deal here all that ice and snow will melt and under all that their is land and fossils of remaining dinos and other stuff. of course it'll be awhile till we can live there but til than maybe we can see a megasourus
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