Shoveling Snow Is Way, Way Harder In Antarctica

I hear you complaining about shoveling your walk for the umpteenth time this season because mother nature decided to dump on you again. But you'll quit your whining after you see this video of teams clearing winter snow at the Princess Elisabeth research station in Antarctica.

As the first certified zero-emissions station in Antarctica, the Princess Elisabeth station a technological marvel. But all of the tech in the world isn't going to undo the reality of the Antarctic climate—spring cleaning still requires old-fashioned tractors. [Twitter]

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Any explanation as to why they're moving snow that's piled onto other snow to another place that's also covered in snow?