Do whales live in the Antarctic?
Yes, whales live in the Antarctic waters, preying on penguins,
There are whales in the Antarctic Ocean.
Creatures that live in Antarctica are the following: Seals Penguins Birds Whales Fish There are also two types of plants which are called "Antarctic hairgrass" and "Cushion-forming pearlwort" Some of the creatures that live in the Antarctic include orcas and penguins. Also in this area are beluga and sperm whales.
No mammals live in the South Pole. Many people consider that the South Pole is the same as the Antarctic, but in fact the South Pole is just a theoretical point in Antarctica. This question will answer what mammals live in the Antarctic, as no animals actually live at the South Pole, being too far inland for any animals to survive there. The Antarctic itself is a desert, and no animals live in the Antarctic…
All of the species of animals which live in Antarctic waters utilise the sea in some way. While Seals, penguins and other birds do not live in the sea, they spend a great deal of time in it (or above it, for the flying birds) sourcing food. Animals that live only in the sea are the whales, which include the Blue whale, Fin, Humpback, Minke, Orca, Southern Right, Sei and Sperm whales. For details of…
The only mammals which live in and around Antarctica are marine mammals. They include seals such as the Southern Elephant seal, Crabeater, Antarctic Fur, Leopard, Ross and Weddell seals. Whales known to frequent the Antarctic waters include the Blue whale, Fin, Humpback, Minke, Orca, Southern Right, Sei and Sperm whales.
There are no animals that live only in the Antarctic. All the species which do live there are also found on either the subantarctic islands or further north as well, such as the southern reaches of South America, and the open Southern Ocean. Various species of penguins, whales, dolphins and birds are found around the Antarctic. See also the related question.
This depends on what species of whale and what subspecies of that whale species is questioned. Some whales are known to live around the entire ocean but some can only cope in certain conditions. For example, the Antarctic Minke Whale can live in the Antarctic waters but only in that region where as the Fin Whale can live in both the northern and Southern hemisphere but not around the equator regions of the world.