What are the people called who live at Antarctica?
People who live temporarily in Antarctica are called workers or scientists. There is no native population on the continent.
people that live in Antarctica are called arctic people Another Answer There are no native peoples who live in Antarctica. Anyone who 'lives' there, is supported by their government and they work in science research stations for a contracted period. They are called by their native nationality, so America, French, New Zealander, Australian, Russian and so forth. PS: Arctic people live in the Northern Hemisphere -- Antarctica is in the Southern Hemisphere.