Iceberg in Cierva Cove on the Antarctic Peninsula

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Just looking at this photo makes us cold. However, the Antarctic Peninsula is the warmest part of the frozen south, with summer temperatures regularly climbing above 32 degrees Fahrenheit, at least by a few degrees. With the arrival of June, when the southern hemisphere is plunged into winter, the daily high here averages around 14 F. Cierva Cove is in the Graham Land portion of this peninsula, probably the best-mapped region of Antarctica thanks to its relative proximity to Argentina. Map it


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