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Published on Dec 23, 2014
Only microscopic organisms live in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Looking south of Lake Bonney, the Kukri Hills rise above the sandy slope, strewn with boulders carved by the wind. To the west, a dozen glaciers flow into the valley, though most dry out in the wind before reaching the lakes. North rises Mount Thomson, with scarcely any ice or snow. Then east, the valley continues toward the Ross Sea and McMurdo Station. For more, see: http://ultraphyte.com/antarctica/