Amazing Jobs at the Bottom of the Planet: Prince Albert II Expedition Team Members Robin Aiello and Luke Kenny

Aboard the Cape to Cape Expedition: Amazing Jobs at the Bottom of the Planet

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March 28, 2011: An update on the oil spill at Nightingale Island and the fate of half of the world’s endangered Northern Rockhopper penguin population. Ashore at last on Tristan da Cunha, the most remote inhabited island on Earth. And two amazing people with amazing jobs at the bottom of the planet, and advice for those seeking them: Prince Albert II expedition team members Robin Aiello and Luke Kenny.

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Aboard the Cape to Cape Expedition

Prince Albert II Expedition Team members Luke Kenny (L) and Robin Aiello (R) discuss their amazing jobs working in the Antarctic with advice for those seeking extraordinary careers

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