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Greetings! - Update from Operation Deep Freeze by LT. Marshall Branch
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by LT Marshall Branch

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That's the news for now, but stay tuned for more. I have attached pictures below of the penguins and the seals and will attach more to subsequent emails. I will be at this email address until some time in late February. I'll let you know what the address will be after that. Keep studying hard and maybe one day it will be you doing research in an exotic land, answering questions from school children from around the world. Take care...

Your Coastie,

P.S. - the pictures below are of Beaufort Island, the rest follow after this one...

The pictures below are of the Cape Crozier Penguin Colony.

The first is of the glacier we landed on. The next is of a curious penguin that wanted to see what I was. The last is of a penguin and I having an in depth discussion on the theories of global warming.


The pictures attached are of the Cape Crozier Adelie Rookery and the White Island Seal Colony.

The first is of Dr. David Ainley as he tags a young penguin. The next is of one of Dr. Ainley's assistants as he nets an Adelie. The last is of me kneeling behind one of the Weddell seals at the White Island Seal Colony.

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