Larger than both and Europe, Antarctica contains 10% of the land mass in the world. However, this continent is far from hospitable, with sustain winds reaching 192 mph and temperatures as low as negative 89 degrees Celsius. This body of land is encircled by the Southern Ocean, which is comprised of the southernmost waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans.
The seas are blessed with the richest concentration of nutrition in the universe, sufficient to feed numerous whales, fish, etc. Vast quantities of micro forage, or krill, thrive under the ice shelves. This food is the primary fare for consumption by sea creatures such as seals and whales.
The wildlife of Antarctica must be equipped to …