Shovelling Snow is Way, Way Harder in Antarctica

By Mario Aguilar on at

If you think shifting of a couple of inches of snow from your front path once or twice a year is hard, you'll quit your whining after you see this video of teams clearing winter snow at the Princess Elisabeth research station in Antarctica.

As the first certified zero-emissions station in Antarctica, the Princess Elisabeth station is a technological marvel. But all of the tech in the world isn't going to undo the reality of the Antarctic climate--spring cleaning still requires old-fashioned tractors. [Twitter]