Wildlife flourishes on an untouched Chile island

An international team of scientists has sailed thousands of kilometres from Australia to Antactica - and finally to Chile - to try and better understand climate change.

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    An international team of scientists has sailed thousands of kilometres from Australia to Antactica - and finally to Chile - to try and better understand climate change.

    About 10,000 ice, rock and air samples have been collected to assess the impact of global warming on some of the most remote parts of the world.

    Al Jazeera’s Tarek Bazley reports from the islands of Diego Ramirez in Chile.


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