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Pictures: Captain Scott's expedition to the South Pole

Photos, journals and letters from Captain Scott's dangerous expedition to the South Pole have been put on display.
The journals and photos were recovered months later and give an amazing insight into just how hard the expedition was and some of the fascinating things the men discovered.
View through ice cave to distant ship
The team slept in tents and sleeping bags made of reindeer fur. But the tents weren't always snow-proof which often left the team struggling in the strong winds and blizzards.
Scott's campsite in Antarctica
Ponies and dogs came with them to help pull the sledges full of supplies. Unfortunately it was just too cold and difficult for the animals and the team ended up having to pull the sledges themselves.
Ponies on their way to South Pole
The aim of the Terra Nova mission was to be the first team to get to the South Pole. They made it there in January 1912 but weren't the first - they were beaten by a team from Norway, led by Roald Amundsen.
Captain Scott's team at the South Pole
As well as getting to the South Pole, the team studied the environment. People didn't know as much about this part of the world then, so their work was very important. Dr Wilson was the Zoologist on the mission and spent a lot of time studying Emperor penguins.
Penguins and iceberg
Terra Nova is known as the "Worst Journey in the World" because sadly, none of the South Pole team survived their journey back to the ship. They couldn't cope in the extreme weather conditions.
Captain Scott and his team
Captain Robert Scott was a famous explorer who led two dangerous missions to the Antarctic. Letters, journals and photos from Scott and his team have been put on display at Cambridge University's Polar Museum and tell the story of Terra Nova - his second and final journey.
Captain Scott