“Under Antarctic Ice: The Photographs of Norbert Wu” is a photo-book first published in 2004, with over 100s of photos taken by international renowned photographer Norbert Wu.
A group of Emperor penguins darts in the water; emperors can dive to 600m and stay underwater for 20 minutes (Courtesy of Time
The book is a collection of amazing photographs taken in the water under the Antarctica ice, with strange life forms that we don’t normally see elsewhere.
A scyphomedusa, the largest plankton in the area, has tentacles over 9m in length and its bell can reach over 1m in diameter (Courtesy of Time
The omnivorous Odontaster validus, or red star, feeds on another sea star species, the larger Acodontaster conspicuus (Courtesy of Time
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