Antarctica, the southernmost mainland and site of the South Pole, is an essentially uninhabited, ice-shrouded landmass. Most travels to the mainland visit the Antarctic Peninsula, which extends toward South America. It’s known for the Lemaire Channel and Paradise Harbor, striking, icy mass flanked paths, and Port Lockroy, a previous British research station turned historical center. The landmass’ disengaged landscape additionally shields rich natural life, including numerous penguins. Let know some interesting facts about Antarctica.