What Animals Live in the South Pole?

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The animals in te South Pole have had to adapt to extreme cold, and some have layers of fat under their skin to protect them, such as seals, and whales. Some of the fish even have special blood that does not freeze.
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No animals actually live at the South Pole, but there are numerous animals around the Antarctic. Birds include four species of penguins, and the Arctic Tern, which migrates between
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Animals that inhabit the South Pole are mostly found on the Antarctic continent and its surrounding islands as well as in the polar sea, including several species of penguins, seals
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It isn't bad if you don't mind the cold and don't mind small towns. The galley serves three meals a day. Accommodations are in small, one person rooms. During the summer most people
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The melted ozone layer wil slowley disaper and the suns rays will melt the ice and global warming hope this helps.
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Several species of penguins, snow petrels, fur seals, blue whales, orcas and colossals squids inhabit the coasts Antarctica and its surrounding waters. There is no wildlife found in the South Pole.
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