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Mario Cyr
South Georgia • Subantarctic Islands
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr
South Georgia • Subantarctic Islands
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr
South Georgia • Subantarctic Islands
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr • Leopard Seal
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr • Leopard Seal
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© Serge Boudreau

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

06 of 15||

Mario Cyr
Brabant Island - Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr
Brabant Island - Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr and Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© François Prévost

Acadian Day ! - From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr and Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

10 of 15||

Mario Cyr
Brabant Island - Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr and Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr
Brabant Island - Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Mario Cyr and Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© François Prévost

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© Mario Cyr

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.

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Serge Boudreau, diver assistant cameraman
Sedna Bay • Antarctic
© Mario Cyr

From September 2005 to November 2006, the 12 crew members of the SEDNA IV participated in a major scientific and cinematographic mission. It was an extraordinary human adventure that took them to the farthest reaches of the planet to document the effects of climate change.

This incredible voyage lasted 430 days. More than 750,000 people followed their adventures on the Web.