There are no animals that live in Antarctica.
No animals live in Antarctica -- some sea birds and sea mammals breed on the Antarctic beaches.
yes it is known that 67 species of insects live in Antarctica
No. There are no bears in Antarctica of any species.
No animals live in Antarctica: it's too cold to support any kind of food chain.
Antarctica has no living species
Of the 21 known species four live in Antarctica: The Adelie, the Macaroni, the Chinstrap and the Emperor.
Of the 17 species of penguins, there are only fourspecies which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrapand Gentoo penguins. The Antarctic is not their only range.
There are about 17 mammal species in Antarctica. All the mammals in Antarctica are seals, dolphins and whales.
there are no known species that live in antartica actually only continent that doesn't
Last time I checked, Antarctica is a land mass. While whales are mammals, they live in the oceans. Simple geography fail.
Three species do, the Dusky dolphin, The Cruciger dolphin and the Hourglass dolphin x
Eagles are not found in Antarctica. Eagles do live in all other regions around the world. There are close to 60 species of eagles. There are two species that live in the North America.
there are about 20 insects that live in Antarctica!!!!
Seals are marine animals. Antarctica is a continent. Seals that live in the Southern Ocean include Leopard seals and Weddell seals.
There are around 3 - 4 different species in Antarctica.
no there are many other species of birds in Antarctica
There are many penguin species, such as the Emperor penguin, the Adelie penguin, the Rockhopper penguin, and many, many more. Only tow species actually live in Antarctica the Emperor and the Adelie.
There are at least one finch species everywhere but Antarctica.
the famous Emperor and the common chinstrap
None. No animals live in Antarctica.
No species of penguin lives in Antarctica. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. Two types of penguins visit Antarctica's beaches to breed: Adelie and Emperor.
No. Squid generally live in warmer water, but there are some squid species that live in the Southern Oceans. Antarctica is a continent, and squid prefer life in the water.
There are no animals that live in Antarctica: it's too cold there and there is no food chain. However, many sea birds and sea mammals visit Antarctica's beaches to breed.