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Two hundred years after the discovery of Antarctica, a team of seven explorers will launch, on November 20, to attack the southern continent. "We will leave the Falklands, go through various islands of the South Shetlands (Elephant Island, King George, Livingston), and go to the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, Cape Siffrey, dubbed by Dumont d'Urville in 1938, details Eric Loizeau, the leader of the Antarctic Explorers Expedition.
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