Well, you see, the thing is, you can't. I don't have a clue why you'd want to, unless you were trying to communicate with researchers there, but they never stay long, and you can't exactly write a letter to them. No postman's ever gonna go there.
A PhD is a doctor. You address a letter to him Dr. John Smith. If he is married you address it Dr. John and Jane Smith. If she has the PhD, you address it John and Dr Sue Smith. If both have their PhD's you address it Drs, Henry and Jane Smith.
Antarctica is a proper noun. It is the name of a continent.
It is spring in Antarctica when it is fall in Europe.
Antarctica and Greenland
Antarctica is by encyclopedia definition a polar desert.
There is no chamber of commerce for Antarctica.
Your return address in Antarctica is based on the logistical operation of mail in your research station. Your station manager can give you the proper return address for your mail.
Your answer depends on the address of the recipient. Your local postal authority can answer your question, given its weight and destination.
Octopus's live in Antarctica. :)
it is in Antarctica mate
The return address on a letter is the address of the person sending the letter. It is important for the recipient of the letter to know from whom and where the letter originated and to have an address to respond, if necessary.
Many countries have research stations in Antarctica. If you don't know a specific person at a specific station, review the list of installations on the link below and you can address your correspondence to 'To Whom It May Concern' or 'Station Director'. Most personnel information for these sites are not published because for most, it is a temporary assignment. Your inquiry may be given more attention if you contact an installation belonging to your own country rather than a randomly selected station. Since there are no roads or street addresses, you can address your letter to: the station name, Antarctica.
narwhale? lol, no animals live in Antarctica that start with a N.
Asia, Antarctica, Australia, America.