100-Year-Old Negatives Discovered In Block Of Ice In Antarctica

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For the past 100 years, a box of never-before-seen negatives has been preserved in a block of ice in Antarctica. Recently, Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust came across the 22 exposed, but unprocessed, cellulose nitrate negatives during an attempt to restore an old exploration hut.
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Antarctica Mysteries Photo Essay

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In this January 27, 2015 photo, an iceberg floats in the Bahia Almirantazgo near Livingston Island, part of the South Shetland Island archipelago in Antarctica. Antarctica conjures up images of quiet mountains and white plateaus, but the coldest, driest and remotest continent is far from dormant. The majority of it is covered by ice, and that ice is constantly moving. (Photo by Natacha Pisarenko/AP Photo)
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Photo of the Day: Penguins Of Antarctica

A King penguin looks into the viewfinder of a camera in Antarctica. (Barcroft)