Stuck on the Ice

March 2010
Junior Scholastic;3/22/2010, Vol. 112 Issue 13, p19
The article reports on the abandonment of ship called Endurance by the 27-man crew of British explorer Ernest Shackleton, after it was crushed by ice floes and sank in Antarctic and the crew had to set up a camp on the ice but not a single life was lost.


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