Hint: You can look at our timeline for most of these answers. Otherwise, you have to have read our website!
Question 1: When was the first trip to the South Pole held?
Question 2: What is the shark in Antarctica that has been studied more then the others?
A: The Salmon Shark
B: The Great White Shark
C: The White Tip Oceanic Shark
D: The Basking Shark
Question 3: How much of Antarctica is ice?
Question 4: Which animals stay year round in Antarctica?
A: Arctic Terns, Ice Worm, and Fish
B: Arctic Terns, Penguins, and Ice Worm
C: Penguins, Fish, and Arctic Terns
D: Ice Worm, Penguins, and Sharks
Question 5: How are glaciers formed?
A: By ice forming together, and snow covers the ice which forms the glaciers
B: By snow falling, and more snow, and then ice form the glaciers
C: By animals brushing up against the sides of ice which forms the glaciers
D: By ice falling over and over again and forms glaciers
Question 6: Which explorer went to Antarctica on horses?
A: Robert Falcon Scott
B: Sir Ernest Shackelton
C: Roald Amundsen
D: Richard E. Bryd
Question 7: Which fish in Antarctica has antifreeze?
A: The millennium fish
B: The ice fish
C: Every fish
D: The rainbow fish
Question 8: What was the coldest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica?
A: Five degrees
B: -129 degrees
C: Fifty degrees
D: -42 degrees
Question 9: What was the warmest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica?
A: 2 degrees
B: 102 degrees
C: 59 degrees
D: -30 degrees
Question 10: When was the first baby born on Antarctica?
Question 11: What is the most common whale found in Antarctica?
A: Blue Whale
B: Killer Whale
C: Sperm Whale
D: Humpback Whale
Question 12: Who were the explorers racing to the South Pole?
A: Byrd & Amundsen
B: Scott & Byrd
C: Scott & Amundsen
D: Shackleton & Cook
Question 13: What year was the Antarctic Treaty signed?
Question 14: Who went the farthest back into the Antarctic Penninsula?
A: John Weddell
B: John Davis
C: Roald Amundsen
D: James Cook
Have you got any questions wrong?