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Antarctica Day Flag Competition

Antarctica Day Flag Competition

In Term 2 students were asked, as part of Antarctica Day, to create a flag which represents the region. There were a number of really good flags submitted but one was chosen as it really clearly met the brief.

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The winning flag by Saniya Nair was taken to Antarctica by a group of research scientists to be flown.

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The Flag was held up next to A68A the largest remaining part of the iceberg that broke away from the Larsen C ice shelf in 2017. The less sunny picture was taken in front of iceberg A-68A, the largest remaining part of iceberg A-68, which broke off Larsen C Ice Shelf in 2017.

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In the photo is physical oceanographer Povl Abrahamsen.  The sunnier picture was taken in front of some of the smaller parts that have broken off the iceberg, near A-68P, the most recently named fragment (which is around 100 square km).