Autumn 2 Frozen Kingdom

This term we will be learning about Antarctica.

Do you know who these explorers are?

What can you find out about them?

     

We will be finding out about the different species of animals that inhabit Antarctica and learning how such creatures adapt in order to survive such extreme weather conditions.

                 

Can you imagine living in an environment like this?

           

Can you find out any interesting facts and figures about this amazing place?

9 Responses

  • Osama says:

    Antartica is very cold and a lot of penguins live in Antartica.

  • Harvey says:

    Antarctica is a very cold continent with a range of sea and land animals: penguins, sea lions, whales, Greenland shark, wolves and even Santa Claus lives there!

  • Harvey says:

    Antarctica is a very cold continent with a range of sea and land animals: penguins, sea lions, whales, Greenland shark, wolves.

  • Gregory says:

    Penguins are flightless birds which live in Antarctica (one of the coldest places on the planet Earth).Did you know that whales and dolphins are mammals because they have tiny micro hairs on their body.

  • Imogen says:

    the south pole is much colder than the north pole because it sits on an extremely thick layer of ice and snow [it is 9000 feet high ]making it not only the coldest but also the highest continent on earth

  • Lucas-James says:

    Did you know that polar bears have a hair amount of one million per square inch
    Similar to a sea otters but humans have about 20,000 per square inch on there heads

  • Lucas-James says:

    The very first person to arrive at Antarctica
    was called…Roald Amundsen

  • Ammarah says:

    Did you know that penguins can dive 35 more meters deeper than blue whale and blue whales can dive 500 meters deep and also 75% the earth is covered in water and only one quarter is land.If you were to shave off all of the earth’s land from every continent and every island of the world the earth ,the ocean would cover the whole of the earth 2 miles deep.Did you know that somebody called Herbert Nitsch swam down to the ocean 214 meters deep holding the second world record and he went down in one single breath.The first world record went to Ahemed Gabr and he went 332 meters if he went down another 111 meters he would have met the height of the empire state building if it was dipped into the ocean.



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