Ross Sea Region, Antarctica

The Ross Sea, named after the British explorer who discovered it in 1841, lies between the sub-Antarctic islands of New Zealand and the Antarctic mainland. Covered for much of the year in ice, the Ross Sea was the approach by which many of the continent's early explorers staged their expeditions. The islands and icy shores of the region are home to millions of Adelie and Emperor penguins, and the rich ocean, one of the last pristine ocean habitats in the world, is home to many species of fish, seals and whales.

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