Green Life in Antarctic

Dec 30 , 2022 | Innovation

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Scientists have pioneered ways to grow vegetables in the remote and freezing regions of the Antarctic. And while more than 95% of the land is covered by snow and glaciers, Antarctica is a treasure trove of resources, minerals, and water. Chinese scientists came to the region in the 1980s to conduct research and later built the first research station on the continent.

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