A permit is required for anyone on a British expedition wishing to enter or remain in Antarctica or who wishes to remain on a British station in Antarctica1. A permit or written authorisation is required for any British vessel or British aircraft to enter Antarctica2.
Unless a permit has been granted, it is an offence for a United Kingdom national, or non-national on a British expedition, in Antarctica3 to:
(1) intentionally kill, injure, capture, handle or molest any native mammal4 or native bird5;
(2) while on foot intentionally disturb a breeding or moulting native bird, or a concentration of native
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