Think South: How We Got Six Men and Forty Dogs Across Antarctica
Though I could not understand the Japanese, I could tell that for the umpteenth time, Keizo described his frightful escape from death and told the interviewer once again that he had not been afraid. He knew he could survive yet one more night in the cold and he always believed his friends would find him.
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Website: PBS/Nova In-depth account by Keizo Funatsu of his thirteen-hour ordeal lost in the blizzard.
Article: Los Angeles Times phone interview with expedition team at expedition's end
Video: Footage of Keizo and his dog (minute 4:25)
Video: Rescuing dog from a crevasse (minute 6:53)
Website: History of dogs in Antarctica, British Antarctic Survey
Website: History and photo of dogs at New Zealand Scott Base, including genealogy