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Brazilian Salgado Aboard Antarctica Ship

Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado

Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado

In a United Nations-backed project, a two-masted ship will set sail this
month from the tip of South America for Antarctica to witness first-hand the
impacts of global warming and environmental change on the world’s most southerly
continent.

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