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Are there endangered animals in Antarctica?


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Answered 2015-05-15 15:07:31

Animals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are sea animals, and none are noted on any endangered species list.

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No animals live in Antarctica, and none of the animals that visit Antarctica's beaches to breed are endangered.


No animals live in Antarctica. None of the sea birds and sea mammals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are endangered.


No animals live on the Antarctic continent.


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First, no animals live on the Antarctic continent. Second, animals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are not listed as endangered.


First, no animal 'lives' in Antarctica. All animals associated with this geography are sea mammals or sea birds. None of these animals is listed as endangered, vulnerable or threatened.


None of the animals that breed on Antarctica's beaches -- all live at sea -- are endangered.


No animal lives on the continent. No animal that breeds on Antarctica's beaches is on the endangered list.


First, no animal 'lives' in Antarctica. Many sea birds and sea mammals breed on Antarctica beaches annually. No Antarctic breeding animal is noted on any endangered list.


No animals live in Antarctica: it's too cold to support life. Many animals come to the continent, however, to breed and raise their young to the age where the baby animals can survive on their own. None of these breeding animals is listed on any endangered, vulnerable or threatened species.


There are no animals native to or that live on the Antarctic continent. Animals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are sea animals -- birds and seals, for example -- are not listed on any endangered lists.


There are no animals that 'live' in Antarctica: it's too cold and there is no food chain. Several types of sea mammals and sea birds do come to Antarctica's beaches, to breed. No seals or penguins are listed on the World Wildlife Endangered list.


First, there are no native animals in Antarctica: it's too cold and there is no food chain. The sea birds and sea mammals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are not listed on any endangered lists.


No animal 'lives' on the Antarctic continent: it's too cold and there is no food chain. None of the animals that breed on Antarctica's beaches are listed as endangered, vulnerable or threatened. All these animals 'live' in the sea.


No animals live in Antarctica: it's too cold. A few sea birds and aquatic mammals breed on Antarctica's beaches during breeding season.


yes.Jackass penguins are endangered


Endangered animals are animals that are almost extinct. Therefore, animals that are not endangered are not almost extinct.


Antarctica -- the continent -- is no more endangered than any of the other continents on planet earth.


The penguins that breed on the Antarctic continent -- the Emperors and the Adelies -- are not endangered. These animals are sea birds and live at sea.


No animals 'live' on the Antarctic continent, although several sea birds and sea mammals grace its beaches during breeding season. None of these animals is endangered.



Animals don't typically have 'problems' as we humans have problems. There are no endangered species breeding on Antarctica's beaches, and the food chain among the animals means that some animals are consumed by other animals as food.


Yes. They are endangered animals.


The number of animals and plants becoming extinct is on a rise, that is not to the exclusion of snakes. Therefore, there are a number of endangered snake species on each continent except Antarctica.



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