Incredible facts about the Halley VI research station
17 January 2017 Last updated at 17:29 GMT
A huge crack in the ice near an important scientific research station is forcing it to move to a new location.
The Halley VI is a British Antarctic Survey research station which is based at the Brunt Ice Shelf, in Antarctica.
It's home to a team of scientists, engineers and a colony of penguins!
However, two large cracks have appeared in the ice, which could potentially cut off the research centre if it breaks away from the main island.