Although the surface of Antarctica is almost completely white, a field of green and brown algae clings to the underside of the sea ice around the frozen continent. Previously, this underwater forest of algae was accessible only to marine creatures or specially trained divers. But now, researchers are using pioneering drones to scout out and map the miles of algae mats. The Antarctic algae begin growing in early spring and rely on the small amount of sunlight that penetrates the ice to survive. They play a key role in the Antarctic food chain by supplying food for krill and other tiny animals.
There is no better place to start than the basics of driving a car. It is not just a matter of comfort, it is a matter of safety. Learning how to adjust the seat, mirrors, seat belts, and steering wheel and understand the dashboard will provide a teen with a good understanding of driving basics.