Explorer Tom Avery on Solving the North Pole's Century-Old Controversy - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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I just don't know how they survive in that freezing temperature in North Pole during their adventure, where sun rise is very rare to see.

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I am not sure about duration of this adventure..

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In my point of view it takes 37 days to go there. can common people go there. It could be a unique style adventure travel


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How did they get back? Peary promised his ship captain that he would go along with the final assault on the pole, then sent him back. The captain was the only one who could verify his position, Mathew Henson could not. He arrived back at the base camp the day after the captain. Remember that Peary didn't have the option to be airlifted out.

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North Pole in only 37 days, they made it really fast man.

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