6 Interesting Things Discovered In Antarctica

Century Old Negatives

Century Old Negatives

PHOTO CREDIT: The New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust

Frozen deep in a block of ice in Antarctica, explorers found 22 undeveloped photographs that were estimated to be 100 years old. The photos were later discovered to be from Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea Party voyage that took place between 1914 and 1917. Furthermore, according to the executive director of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, these may be the first underwater negatives recovered from the Antarctic heroic era.

Frozen deep in a block of ice in Antarctica, explorers found 22 undeveloped photographs that were estimated to be 100 years old. The photos were later discovered to be from Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea Party voyage that took place between 1914 and 1917. Furthermore, according to the executive director of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, these may be the first underwater negatives recovered from the Antarctic heroic era.

Frozen deep in a block of ice in Antarctica, explorers found 22 undeveloped photographs that were estimated to be 100 years old. The photos were later discovered to be from Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea Party voyage that took place between 1914 and 1917. Furthermore, according to the executive director of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, these may be the first underwater negatives recovered from the Antarctic heroic era.

Frozen deep in a block of ice in Antarctica, explorers found 22 undeveloped photographs that were estimated to be 100 years old. The photos were later discovered to be from Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea Party voyage that took place between 1914 and 1917. Furthermore, according to the executive director of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, these may be the first underwater negatives recovered from the Antarctic heroic era.

Frozen deep in a block of ice in Antarctica, explorers found 22 undeveloped photographs that were estimated to be 100 years old. The photos were later discovered to be from Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea Party voyage that took place between 1914 and 1917. Furthermore, according to the executive director of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, these may be the first underwater negatives recovered from the Antarctic heroic era.