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A humpback #whale emerges from the water off the Antarctic Peninsula. [Photo credit: Ari Friedlaender, NSF]

A humpback #whale emerges from the water off the Antarctic Peninsula. [Photo credit: Ari Friedlaender, NSF]

An emperor #penguin dives into the frigid Antarctic water. Emperors can dive as deep as 1,800 feet (550 meters) on a single breath of air that can last up to 20 minutes. Emperor penguin studies is just one example of the many research projects supported by the NSF's U.S. Antarctic Program.  [Photo credit: Glenn Grant, NSF]

An emperor #penguin dives into the frigid Antarctic water. Emperors can dive as deep as 1,800 feet (550 meters) on a single breath of air that can last up to 20 minutes. Emperor penguin studies is just one example of the many research projects supported by the NSF's U.S. Antarctic Program. [Photo credit: Glenn Grant, NSF]

Giant barrel sponges off Little Cayman Island. With coral cover on Caribbean reefs at historic lows, sponges are now the dominant, habitat-forming animals on most of them. [Photo credit: Joseph R. Pawlik, University of North Carolina Wilmington]

Giant barrel sponges off Little Cayman Island. With coral cover on Caribbean reefs at historic lows, sponges are now the dominant, habitat-forming animals on most of them. [Photo credit: Joseph R. Pawlik, University of North Carolina Wilmington]

Two fur seals enjoy the sun while resting on rocks at Dream Island, located near Palmer Station, #Antarctica. [Photo credit: Madison McConnell, NSF]

Two fur seals enjoy the sun while resting on rocks at Dream Island, located near Palmer Station, #Antarctica. [Photo credit: Madison McConnell, NSF]

A group of Adelie #penguins swim along the water by porpoising in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. [Photo credit: Peter Rejcek, NSF]

A group of Adelie #penguins swim along the water by porpoising in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. [Photo credit: Peter Rejcek, NSF]

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