2 miles from McMurdo, spectacular pressure ridges form on the sea ice next to NZ's Scott Base.
Pressure from winds, storms, or ocean tides cause ice sheets to break, buckle, and ride up over each other, forming interesting and beautiful shapes.
Need I say more?
Get a glimpse of the observation tube, and a surprise visit from a Weddel seal in the warming hut
Better bundle up!
Series Promo for Antarctica: The Harsh Continent