Penguins are seabirds that don't fly. They have a beak, feathers and lay eggs.On land little penguins live in holes in the ground known as burrows. These burrows provide a place for little penguins to rest, nest and moult. Burrows also provide protection from predators and extreme heat.
Although there are 35 species of seals, only six types live in Antarctica. Antarctic Fur Seals, Crabeater Seals, Leopard Seals, Ross Seals, and Weddell Seals.