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AP (Feb. 11, 2015) — The survival of the northern white rhinoceros and dozens of other species could hinge on the collection amassed over nearly 40 years that has become the largest gene bank of its kind: The Frozen Zoo. (Feb. 11) Video provided by AP
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Ice Climbing

Ice Climbing

National Geographic (Mar. 18, 2012) — Hang on with Wild Chronicles as two dedicated ice climbers attempt to scale Bridal Veil Falls in Telluride, Colorado. A frozen waterfall standing over 40 stories high, Bridal Veil was once thought nearly impossible to climb. With the added dangers of avalanches and giant falling icicles, these two climbers try to pick their way to the top.
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Raw: Sunrise Over Frozen Lake Superior

Raw: Sunrise Over Frozen Lake Superior

AP (Feb. 18, 2015) — Video from WDIO shows the sunrise over a frozen Lake Superior as the wind chill was well below zero. (Feb. 18) Video provided by AP
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Hidden Antarctic Valley Could Add to Ice Loss

Hidden Antarctic Valley Could Add to Ice Loss

Reuters (Aug. 3, 2012) — A hidden, mile-deep rift valley discovered beneath West Antarctica has given scientists new insights into ice loss from the frozen continent, which some experts say contributes almost 10 percent of the rise in global sea levels.
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