Antarctica is the driest and coldest continent, so I'm not sure we'd like to be running around there too much! Despite this, there are many animals that thrive in these conditions. With a land area twice the size of Australia, 14m km sq, you will need to accumulate a total of 140km to earn this, the final Run The Continents, medal!
There is a large amount of wildlife on Antarctica, despite the temperatures getting below -60*C in the central areas. This is most likely why the majority of the wildlife gather around the coastlines. We have chosen a few of the iconic animals/birds for this medal with a whale, seal, penguins and an albatross.
10% of your entry fee to this event will be sent to the Run For The World Charity Pot. The total raised will be shared equally between our two amazing charities chosen for 2021. These are The Third Age Trust and Anthony Nolan. If you know of a charity that would be interested in partnering with us for 2022, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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