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It was half-past seven in the morning and the sun was shining brightly.
After breakfast, Li Du put on his sunglasses and clothes and then set off, leaving the camp.
"It's a fine day today," Steve looked up at the sky and nodded approvingly.
"It's nice to have such good weather, isn't it?" said Li Du.
Steve smiled and nodded. "There was storm a few days ago. We could only stay indoors, but now we can finally come out and take a sunbath."
Several sleds were parked in the camp, ranging from electric motors to sleds pulled by dogs.
Li Du did bring Ah Meow, Ah Ow and Ah Meng along, but he left Ali and Crispy Noodles on the island. Ali's short hair could not keep him warm, and the temperature in the Antarctic would be too cold for him.
In the Antarctic, dog sleds were generally used on fine days, to minimize the use of electricity and petrol, to reduce pollution, and to protect the environment.
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