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Explorer Dies Just Short Of Goal: Crossing The Antarctic Unaided

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He traveled more than 900 miles across the Antarctic, attempting a solo trek that would also boost a British charity that aids wounded veterans. But explorer Henry Worslely was halted by exhaustion and dehydration that turned out to be fatal. Worslely, 55, had been attempting to complete the first-ever solo and unassisted crossing of the Antarctic landmass, timing the venture to coincide with the centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1915 attempt. Continue Reading

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