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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The whole region staying clear overnight with warm temperatures.
Temperatures remain high up to 12C inland.
Until now the ground has just been too waterlogged to let them out to graze.