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16/3/2012

The untold story of Captain Scott’s ill-fated expedition: How six explorers sought refuge in igloo and ate penguin meat for SEVEN MONTHS before mustering the strength to trek 200 miles to safety

Their ill-fated polar expedition became known as one of the most doomed in history.

However, a century after Captain Robert Scott and much of his Terra Nova crew perished in a South Pole blizzard, details have emerged of how other explorers on his team survived for months by eating penguin meat and seal blubber.for more click here

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