De Gerlache Seamounts
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De Gerlache Seamounts (Coordinates: ) are seamounts in Antarctica, named for Lieutenant Adrien Victor Joseph de Gerlache (Royal Belgian Navy), Commander of the Belgica during the first Belgian Antarctic Expedition, 1896–1899.
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