Members of the British Antarctic (“Terra Nova”) Expedition unpacking provisions and getting their camp in order, in January 1911. In the foreground you can clearly see one of the sleds the exploration teams used to haul supplies. In the background are many stacked boxes of provisions to enable the expedition to safely winter over.
In the background you can just make out the active volcano, Mount Erebus. What is its connection with New Zealand?
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