Drilling a new toilet hole, Antarctica

Drilling a new toilet hole, Antarctica

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Credit: PETER J. RAYMOND/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: A new urine hole is cut into a crevasse using an auger. Urine is dumped into designated sites on Mt Vinson. All waste solids are carried out. Photographed at High Camp, Mt Vinson Antarctica.

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