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January 28, 2008
A plastic rose stands on a windowsill of Norway's Troll station in Antarctica January 20, 2008. International...
TROLL STATION, Antarctica
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A plastic rose stands on a windowsill of Norway's Troll station in Antarctica January 20, 2008. International treaties ban the introduction of any living plants or animals into Antarctica to prevent the growth of outside species, meaning that staff have to make do with artificial plants to brighten up their home. Picture taken January 20, 2008. To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARCTICA)
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January 28, 2008
A Norwegian researcher gets ready to drive a snow scooter outside the Troll research station, about 250...
TROLL STATION, Antarctica
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A Norwegian researcher gets ready to drive a snow scooter outside the Troll research station, about 250 km (155 miles) from the sea in Antarctica, January 20, 2008. Aliens are landing in Antarctica. Seeds, spores, mites, lichens and mosses alien to the continent have been brought unwittingly by scientists and tourists, and could disrupt life in the icy wilderness.
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January 28, 2008
A Norwegian Hercules transport plane stands on a frozen airstrip serving the Troll station in Antarctica...
TROLL STATION, Antarctica
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A Norwegian Hercules transport plane stands on a frozen airstrip serving the Troll station in Antarctica during a visit by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg January 20, 2008. Aliens are landing in Antarctica. Seeds, spores, mites, lichens and mosses alien to the continent have been brought unwittingly by scientists and tourists, and could disrupt life in the icy wilderness. Picture taken January 20, 2008 To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARTICA)
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