How well do you know the world’s frozen destinations?

We’ve been inspired by David Attenborough’s Frozen Planet II, so we thought we’d test your knowledge on the world’s most hostile places and the remarkable wildlife that lives here…

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1. What species use the technique of ‘wave-washing’ to knock their prey off ice floats into the ocean?

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2. In which country can you find this species of macaque that live on frozen mountain peaks?

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3. The world’s most northerly turtle baby can survive freezing temperatures. Can you name the species?

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4. Can you name the “polar bear capital” of the world?

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5. Which sub-Antarctic island is the final resting place for Sir Ernest Shackleton?

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6. What’s the name of the body of water many cross to reach Antarctica from Chile?

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7. Four types of penguin live in South Georgia including gentoo, chinstrap and macaroni. But the largest colony are what?

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8. What unusual way does a hooded seal attract a mate?

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9. It’s pretty cold in Antarctica. But how cold can it get?

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10. This central Asian cat which likes living in cold rocky steppes has the densest fur of any cat in the world. What is it called?

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11. You can see the aurora in both the north and south pole. True or false?

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12. How long are harp seals pups nursed by their mothers before being left to fend for themselves?

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12. How early is it predicted that the Arctic will be ice free during summer?

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14. Where will you find beluga whales?

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15. Port Lockroy in Antarctica is famous for having the southernmost what?

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16. Although an autonomous country, ice-covered Greenland is technically part of where?