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James Clark Ross planting the Union Jack into the Antarctic ice in 1840

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James Clark Ross planting the Union Jack into the Antarctic ice in 1840 and telling the penguins that the land was no longer theirs.  He was taking possession of it in the name of Queen Victoria and the British Empire.

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