yes it is known that 67 species of insects live in Antarctica
No, there are no insets -- or insects -- in Antarctica: it's too cold.
No insects live on Antarctica -- nor does any animal. It's too cold and there is no food chain.
there are no known species that live in antartica actually only continent that doesn't
None. It's too cold and there is no food chain.
Yes, but not all. Only 67 species of insects live in the Antarctic. The ones even living there are mostly less than 2mm long. Many are parasites and lice and collemola (springtails) live there. Some people think that mites are insects, but they are actually part of the spider family (arachnids).Yes, i think that there is only like 60 kinds though.Another AnswerOn the continent of Antarctica, there is only one insect, the Antarctic Midge, Belgica antarctica/
None. No animals live in Antarctica.
I suppose the answer to your question would be insects. They do live in Antarctica don't they?
Most insects of Antarctica are parasites that live on birds and seals. The only known free-living insect is the springtail, which lives on algae and fungi, and are only active during the summer months.
It is found on every continent expect Antarctica. Because Antarctica is the coldest continent. Insects can die in Antarctica.
it is covered in ice and it is very cold there are 2 arctic and antarctica. arctic has many animals but antarctica is so cold that only few insects and bacterias live. i hope this helps