Yes. The continent that has the least amount of life on it is Antarctica, but even this continent has both animal and plant life on it. The climate is consistently both dry and cold, but grass and pearlwort grow as well as snow algaes. Lichens, fungi and bacteria live between rocks in the harsh terrain. There are very few organisms that call Antarctica home, but there are a few mites and midges. The surrounding sea has abundant life including zooplankton, birds, mammal such as whales and seals, and many fish. The Emperor penguin makes its home on the continent.
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