<div style="float: right; margin: 0 0 1em 2em; width: 25em; text-align: right; font-size: 0.86em; line-height: normal;"><div style="border: 1px solid #ccd2d9; background: #f0f6fa; text-align: left; padding: 0.5em 1em; text-align: center;"><!-- The coldest continent of continents is the continent of Antarctica. He is also the most inaccessible and the most distant place of human habitation. It is surrounded by the most stormy oceans of the world and large floating mountains of snow in almost all months of the year. Its total area is 1.4 million square kilometers. In terms of area, it is larger than Australia. Antarctica has very little rainfall, so it is considered a cold desert. The average annual rainfall there is only 200 millimeters.
In 1774, British explorer James Cook went out in search of a terrain in the south of the Antarctica circle. He found a huge wall of ice. He estimated that the land would be in front of this wall. His guess was correct, he reached Antarctica's threshold. But to keep Antarctica on foot itself, it takes 75 years for humans
There is considerable difference in Arctic (North Pole) and Antarctica (South Pole). The most important difference is that Antarctica has six times more ice than the Arctic. This is because Antarctica is a continent, while the Arctic region is primarily an ocean. The average thickness of Antarctica ice is 1,6 kilometers. Most of Antarctica's continent is made up of mountains with raised shoulders and peaks.
The weather in Antarctica remains frozen and free from snowy winds. There is probably only 2,000 square kilometers open land in this continent. Only 20 days in a year, temperature remains above zero. The lowest temperature measured on the surface of the Earth is also measured in Antarctica. Temperature measured at -88.3 degree Celsius on August 24, 1960 in the Vostok-based research room established by Soviet Russia.
About Antarctica, it is rightly said that it is the capital of the wind. Occasionally winds of 320 km / hour wind speed, which cut the soil particles from the ground and blow them away.
In the entire Antarctica continent, only 70 species of species have been discovered. Of these, 44 are insects. The largest worm is a type of featherless mosquito. There are also a large number of zinc, maladies, flies, gambling etc. There is no terrestrial mammal in Antarctica, but many marine mammals come to rest on its shores, or search for food in the oceans around it. These include several types of whistles and five types of seals living around the South Pole - Kekra Bhojji Seal, Leopard Seal, Ross Seal, Weddell Seal and Gajcill. Rosa seals are extremely rare creatures, while Weddell seals remain close to the shores. There is a big gajseel in all the seals. She does reproduction in the islands near Antarctica, but comes to search for food around Antarctica. In the ocean near Antarctica, there is a large amount of non-dental hybrids. They were massively killed for meat, fat, etc. at a time. Today their prey is banned internationally. Birds found in Antarctica include the South Pole Scuba and Adelie and Emperor Penguin. -->