Outdoors + Nature

The Last Wild Place

by Sebastião Salgado

As far as some historians can determine, the first man to set foot on Antarctica was French explorer Jules-Sébastien-César Dumont dUrville, in 1840. Its Deception Island, whose black volcanic sands conceal hot springs, is favored by chinstrap penguins, which come here to breed—and can dive in Antarctic waters to depths of up to 230 feet.

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