The Somerset based explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has had to pull out of his latest expedition.
He was leading a team due to try to cross Antarctica in winter.
The expedition is billed as 'The Coldest Journey'. Sir Ranulph had to leave the group after developing frostbite.
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