No fish live in Antarctica. Antarctica is a continent and fish live in the sea.
In the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica, you can find 18 pages of fish listed in this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Fish_of_Antarctica
Asked in Antarctica
How do fish in antarctica not freeze?
Antarctica is a continent and fish live in liquid water. The Southern Ocean's water is cold, yes, very cold indeed, and fish that thrive there have adapted to this, their natural environment. Antarctica is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. ...
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What do penguins eat and where do they live in antarctica?
It really depends on the penguin but most live around the edge of Antarctica, most penguins eat squid, krill and fish ...
Do angler fish live in antarctica?
Angler fish live in the very deep trenches of the ocean at temperatures of around 2C. I am not aware of any major deep trench research that has yet been done in and around the ocean around antarctica in order to establish what species live on the bottom of the Antarctic ocean. So it is impossible to say conclusively that they do or do not inhabit Antarctica. ...
How is Antarctica able to grow food?
There is no way that Antarctica could grow vegetation or food. All the animals that live on land in Antarctica, like Polar Bears and Penguins, are carnivores. Fish underwater eat smaller fish, and the smaller fish eat microorganisms that are impossible to see without a very powerful microscope. ...