Tune in November 10-16 to Good Morning America, GMA3: What You Need to Know, and ABC World News Tonight with David Muir to watch Amy Robach report directly from Antarctica. She'll be aboard the brand-new National Geographic Endurance, which features the first-ever polar newsroom and the world's first permanent ship-based polar art exhibit, Change.
This unique coverage is part of a month-long climate change series on ABC News that spans seven continents. During the 10 days at sea, Robach will provide a firsthand look at incredible wildlife, otherworldly landscapes, and why Antarctica is an important barometer for climate change. Don't miss the chance to virtually experience one of the most exhilarating adventures the planet offers.
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