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Glacial potholes. The 'potholes' found in the chasm are products of a process called "rock drilling". Stones, or cobbles, are caught in the current and are bounced by the rushing water. The cobbles nick away at the bedrock creating deep circular holes.

Glacial potholes. The 'potholes' found in the chasm are products of a process called "rock drilling". Stones, or cobbles, are caught in the current and are bounced by the rushing water. The cobbles nick away at the bedrock creating deep circular holes.

A hut in Antarctica was frozen shut for 100 years. What they found inside is unforgettable.

A hut in Antarctica was frozen shut for 100 years. What they found inside is unforgettable.

Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science in Antarctica

Gallery of British Council Launches Open Call for First Ever Exhibition of Antarctica Architecture - 5

This is Mars: Planet's incredible and varied landscape revealed in Nasa…

Images allow you to take a journey through Mar's incredible landscape

This is Mars: Planet's incredible and varied landscape revealed in Nasa…

Glacial Grooves, Kelleys Island. I have always wanted to see these!!!

Glacial Grooves, Kelleys Island. I have always wanted to see these!!!

"Sorry, but being a mother is not the most important job in the world. It's time to drop the slogan. It encourages mothers to stay socially and financially hobbled, it alienates fathers and downplays the importance of other significant relationships between children and adults."

Sorry, but being a mother is not the most important job in the world

"Sorry, but being a mother is not the most important job in the world. It's time to drop the slogan. It encourages mothers to stay socially and financially hobbled, it alienates fathers and downplays the importance of other significant relationships between children and adults."

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