From the coldest, driest environment on earth, Antarctica, to the North Pole, the Arctic, this educational camp, immerses the campers in their cold icy waters and on to icebergs and ice floes. What are the extreme conditions of both of these environments and what is the same and different marine life of both habitats? How do various marine life adapt to the extreme cold? Historically, which men and which expeditions explored and survived these extreme environments? What were the dangers and what survival methods were used and were successful and what did their expeditions contribute? Could Bermuda ever get as extremely cold? Campers find out what recent future predictions suggest.