Antarctica is too cold for animals to survive and there is no food chain for them there.
Animals survive in Antarctica by adapting to the harsh climate. There is not any claim life in Antarctica during the winter months.
Animals do not survive in Antarctica: it's too cold to support any kind of food chain. Sea animals live in the oceans around Antarctica: it is their native habitat.
Emperor penguins are very prevalent in Antarctica.
They adapt to the conditions
Krill are sea animals -- Antarctica is a continent. Krill survive in the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica, because it is their natural environment.
nitrogen is the main nutrient for plants without it plants cant survive without plants herbivorous animals cant survive without them carnivorous animals cant survive without either of them omnivorous animals cant survive
Orca are sea animals and survive in water -- anywhere they in the world.
Whales are sea animals and Antarctica is a continent. Whales survive in the Southern Ocean -- which surrounds Antarctica -- because it is their natural habitat when the ocean is free of ice.
by people helping the animals to survive.
i guess that they adapt to the climate
polar bears and penguinsAnother AnswerNo animals live on Antarctica. Sea animals, however, to visit Antarctica beaches to breed, because there are no land predators on the continent. (There are no polar bears on Antarctica.)