As part of ABC News’ month-long climate change series that spanned seven continents, Amy Robach reported directly from Antarctica aboard the brand-new National Geographic Endurance, which features the first-ever polar newsroom and the world's first permanent ship-based polar art exhibit, Change.
Appearing on Good Morning America, GMA3: What You Need to Know, and ABC World News Tonight with David Muir, Amy Robach provided a firsthand look at incredible wildlife, otherworldly landscapes, and why Antarctica is an important barometer for climate change.
Catch up on the reports from Antarctica below.
Exclusive look at the discovery of historic ship Endurance
National Geographic Endurance debuts polar art exhibit, first of its kind, exploring reach of climate change
Paulet Island, Antarctica: 'GMA' heads home after trip of a lifetime to Antarctica
Amy Robach visits Paulet Island
Amy Robach reports on the effects of climate change from Antarctica
Amy Robach meets wildlife of Antarctica
Snow Hill Island, Antarctica: 'GMA' encounters Antarctica's majestic creatures
Amy Robach takes polar plunge in Antarctica
Brown Bluff, Antarctica: 'GMA' goes under the ice in Antarctica
Lindblad Cove, Antarctica: How climate change is impacting Antarctica
Petermann Island, Antarctica: Sights and sound from Antarctica
Petermann Island, Antarctica: Extreme journey to Antarctica
Petermann Island, Antarctica: ‘GMA’ encounters windstorm, penguins en route to Antarctica
Natural beauty of Antarctica disappearing due to climate change