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Glover Rocks

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The Glover Rocks (67°46′S 68°54′W) are a group of rocks lying northwest of Avian Island, off the south end of Adelaide Island, Antarctica. They were named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for John F. Glover, 3rd Engineer of RRS John Biscoe (1962–63), the ship assisting the Royal Navy Hydrographic Survey Unit which charted the feature in 1963.

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Glover Rocks Wikipedia


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