Jacqueline Sagasta

Antarctica: the coldest, driest, and windiest place on the planet. It is hard to believe that life could even exist in such a seemingly desolate place, yet it prevails. Here you can find waddling penguins, breaching dolphins, cosmic-sounding Weddell Seals, soaring albatross, and even a lonesome insect- the flightless Antarctic Midge.

Each and every iceberg is inimitable; each and every species has a more unique adaptation than the next. CAC is about learning to conserve what we love, and I have never loved a place more than I love Antarctica.   



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