The Real Hidden Secrets We Found Deep Within Antarctica
- Published on Jan 23, 2019
- Antarctica is considered one of the biggest mysteries on Earth. Ice, glaciers, snow, polar bears, mountains, secret bases, dangerous wilderness-the list goes on and on when we’re talking about the most southern continent in the world. Now, this is what we found in the most isolated and remote area in the world.
It comes across as a frozen wasteland, incapable of hosting human life. But firstly, people come to Antarctica all the time for research. There are even compounds for people to temporarily live there. But would you go there to settle down with a family? Probably not. Given its incapability of hosting any life besides the polar creatures that have adapted to the area, we only have ice to look at. In reality, there is so much more than what meets the eye.
For one, there have been really crazy sounds coming from the ice sheets of the southern continent that make us believe that there could be ghosts in the area. Not only that, but there are also secret bases and bunkers originating from World War II. Why would Hitler have an interest in that? Between that and the crazy craters that continue to get discovered, it seems there’s a lot more action in Antarctica than we ever thought possible.
While some people think the area may have been host to alien life, a lot of those theories have been quickly debunked with simple research and logic. But, there are still plenty of secrets about the continent that can be found. If anything, even debunking these theories proves just how amazing the area can truly be. Hang out with us and check out some of the coolest things about Antarctica that may inspire you to take a trip to this isolated continent. You’ll definitely need to pack your warm winter clothes for this one!
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