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It is the only penguin that breeds during the winter, with males solely incubating the eggs in their brood pouch, while the 36 females go to find food. Emperor penguins are also the only penguins that have specially designed nasal passages, enabling them to recapture about eighty percent of the heat they lose when they exhale. Emperor penguins are also the deepest divers among birds, able to dive to depth of more than 1700 feet (518 meters) to eat ﬁsh and krill. When underwater, they can hold their breath for up to 18 minutes.
It has a cat-like face with an upturned mouth that gives the appearance that it is smiling. During the summer, Weddell seals spend most of their time on land, lying on their sides as they bask in the sun. During winter, they stay in the ocean to avoid blizzards, with only their heads poking out. They can hold their breath under water for up to 80 minutes. Whales are also abundant in the Antarctic. The blue whale is the largest animal ever to exist, at 98 feet 30 meters) long and 160 tons (145 metric tons).
54 Hourglass dolphins by Lomvi2 The southern right whale dolphin is the other, commonly found swimming with hourglass dolphins. It has no dorsal ﬁn and is a fairly active swimmer, leaping gracefully out of the water every now and then and even performing somersaults in the air. 55 Various species of seal can also be found in the Antarctic. One is the Antarctic fur seal – ninety-ﬁve percent of its population can be found on the island of South Georgia, which is the largest group of marine mammals in the world.