A new clip from National Geographic's Continent 7 follows a bunch of environmental scientists as they set up a "waste tent" in the middle of their Antarctic base. Temperatures in that area can reach as low as -100 degrees Fahrenheit, the video's caption explains, making this the world's coldest porta-potty.
"It's like at home, everyone would like to have a clean bathroom. So why not keep it clean here?" scientist Wolfgoing Rack explains of setting up the waste tent near everyone's individual tents. "It's not that bad."
Fellow scientist Marcus Arnold disagrees ("especially after the morning rush"), saying even though everyone's pee and poo (we're all adults here, stop it) most freezes pretty quickly, it's still a smelly task to eventually empty the portable toilet into a designated igloo not far away — and to replace the toilet in the tent, as seen below.