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No animal lives on Antarctica: it's too cold and there is no food chain. However, marine mammals and sea birds breed on Antarctica's beaches. Of these, the Leopard Seal, Orca Whale, and Southern Skua may be considered top-level carnivores. Penguins are also carnivores, because their ocean-based food chain is marine life.