Fox Glacier - one of Earth’s natural wonders
Published 02/24/2012, DL-Online
The sparsely-populated South Island of New Zealand lies about as close to Antarctica as you can get without a plane or boat. Yet, it contains a gaudy variety of scenery unseen anywhere else. The crown jewel of the South Island is its remote West Coast, a former gold-mining region now devoted to dairy and tourism.Word count: 714
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