Life under the ice of Antarctica

(ORDO NEWS) — A group of divers from a scientific expedition drilled several meters of ice right below the South Pole. The camera plunged into the icy abyss to show the beauty of the underwater world of Antarctica.

Diving here is a real adventure for the brave in spirit. The water is icy, around a balanced ecosystem, where a man is an uninvited guest.

Sea leopards are non-stop hunting for fish. The fish feeds on krill, but it, almost the lowest link in the food chain, eats algae. Surprisingly, this system is so isolated and balanced that it gives scientists a key to understanding the structure of life on the planet as a whole.

You can dive no more than 20 minutes. Water is too cold for long swims. A support group is already waiting at the edge of the funnel of the daredevils: the camera will show what the divers in the depths have encountered.


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