Ultimate Arctic Crossing - part 2

Each evening, at the time of the satellite link with the HQ in Brussels, the first information given relates to the counting of the number of leads that the two men have had to cross during the day. Not a single day has passed since the departure without their having to negotiate this type of obstacle. First observation coming from the pack ice: these leads seem more numerous than in 1994. A sign of global warming?

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