The Arctic: Arctic Foxes, Arctic Hares, Polar Bears. The Antarctic: Penguins. There are many animals and birds that live in the Arctic and Antarctic regions. See the two related questions.
Polar bears live only in the northern polar regions - which includes the Arctic and Arctic Circle regions. They do not live in the Antarctic.
They live in Arctic regions, not Antarctic.
* The Arctic has polar bears and the Antarctic does not. * The Antarctic has penguins and the Arctic doesn't. * The Antarctic has no trees. * The Arctic has Tundra with rich plant life in Spring and Summer. * Antarctic has algae but not the Arctic. * Antarctica has mainly calm animals but the Arctic has some fierce ones.
Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Penguins are nearly exclusive to the antarctic regions and do not populate the arctic.
Yes and no. The Polar regions include both the Arctic and the Antarctic.
No animals live on the Antarctic continent. Arctic?
They don't live there. They live in Arctic regions, not Antarctic.
Both are polar regions of the Earth.