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South Pole

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A nature podcast from Pine Forest Media

South Pole is the Podcast that explores all things Antarctica. Whether you’re a polar enthusiast or simply curious about the icy expanse, South Pole has something for you. 

Throughout the series, frozen landscapes are brought to life by discussing a broad range of topics. From the towering glaciers and sprawling ice sheets to the unique wildlife like elephant seals and penguins, each episode unpacks the science behind this frigid frontier. But that’s not all—prepare to dive into episodes dedicated to Antarctica’s impact on global climate, conservation efforts, and the complex phenomena of ice melt and sea level rise.

South Pole isn’t just about the natural world; it also covers human interactions with the icy continent. Listen for episodes covering historic expeditions, the role of female explorers, indigenous connections, and the geopolitical intrigue of the Cold War era. The podcast also explores modern human activities such as the global treaty system that governs the continent, tourism, and even extreme sports.

From scientific research to storytelling, South Pole is your go-to source for all things Antarctic. So, make sure to follow and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, and join us on this chilly but fascinating adventure.

South Pole is part of the Pine Forest Media network and you can find more information at

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