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For me, it's definitely worthwhile to live shorter, but intense." This life view is that of Vincent Colliard, a young explorer joining renowned polar explorer Børge Ousland in an endeavor to cross the world's 20 largest glaciers. The ambitious 10-year journey is part of an effort to document climate change, an important mission for sure but one that regularly places the explorers in the path of danger.#BestJobEver
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To follow along on the rest of Colliard and Ousland's expeditions, check out their website http://www.icelegacy.com/. Watch more exciting moments from their glacier crossings in "How to Not Get Eaten by a Polar Bear" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bI0UJ-36hA) and "Meet the Explorers Crossing the World’s 20 Largest Glaciers for Climate Change" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a38DLLA1raU).

Click here to read more with Vincent Colliard: http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2016/03/31/best-job-ever-conquering-the-worlds-largest-glaciers/

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