Relating to the south polar region or Antarctica
= Antarctic toothfish.
(Originally) †= Southern Ocean (obsolete); (later) (the name of) the sea surrounding the Antarctic; the Antarctic Ocean.
A species of krill, Euphausia superba, found in the Antarctic Ocean, which is a primary food source for baleen whales and many other animals and is fished commercially.
The South Pole of the earth.
The extinct Falkland Islands wolf, Dusicyon australis.
The sea surrounding Antarctica, consisting of parts of the South Atlantic, the South Pacific, and the southern Indian Ocean
A petrel with white and dark brown plumage, Thalassoica antarctica, which breeds in Antarctica and on some adjacent islands.
A (proposed) agreement on international cooperation in Antarctica; (now) specifically the treaty signed in December 1959 and coming into force in June 1961, which introduced measures to protect Antarctica from military and other exploitation, and promote scientific research.
The parallel of latitude 66° 33ʹ south of the equator. It marks the southernmost point at which the sun is visible on the southern winter solstice and the northernmost point at which the midnight sun can be seen on the southern summer solstice
A large predatory perciform fish, Dissostichus mawsoni (family Nototheniidae), found in pelagic waters of the Antarctic, noted for producing a glycoprotein that prevents it from freezing; also called Antarctic cod.
The zone of the Antarctic Ocean where the cold, nutrient-laden Antarctic surface water sinks beneath the warmer waters to the north
A mountainous peninsula of Antarctica between the Bellingshausen Sea and the Weddell Sea, extending northwards towards Cape Horn and the Falkland Islands
That part of Antarctica claimed by Britain. Designated in 1962 from territory that was formerly part of the Falkland Islands Dependencies, it includes some 388,500 sq. km (150,058 sq. miles) of the continent of Antarctica as well as the South Orkney Islands and South Shetland Islands in the South Atlantic
An area of Antarctica administered by Australia, lying between longitudes 142° east and 136° east
An overseas territory of France, comprising Adélie Land in Antarctica, and the Kerguelen and Crozet archipelagos and the islands of Amsterdam and St Paul in the southern Indian Ocean
Relating to the region immediately north of the Antarctic Circle
A deep-sea fish with a long slender body: