1. Antarctica is basically the snow desert of the world. gadventures.com / Via gadventures.com Sahara is the hot one and Antarctica is the cold one. 2. Antarctica doesn't have a time zone. plansouthamerica.com / Via plansouthamerica.com BYOS: Bring Your Own Sundial. 3. There are no reptiles in Antarctica. telegraph.co.uk / Via scoopwhoop.com If you're afraid of the cold-blooded creatures then you should move to Antarctica. 4. Antarctica's temperature can drop below -133°F (-93.2°C). mashable.com / Via i.amz.mshcdn.com Antarctica is one of most beautiful, coldest places in the world. 5. There are some parts of the Antarctica that haven't experienced rain or snow in 2 million years. earthtouchnews.com / Via images.earthtouchnews.com 6. There is a red waterfall in Antarctica. Peter Rejcek, National Science Foundation / Via thumbs.media.smithsonianmag.com Antarctica's Blood Red Waterfall looks like a murder scene. 7. Polar Bears do not live in Antarctica, they live in the Arctic. Whale tale Antarctica / Via photos.smugmug.com There are whales and penguins however! 8. It's the coldest, windiest, highest, and driest place on Earth. swoop-antarctica.com / Via scoopwhoop.com Expect to climb, a lot. 9. There's a town on Antarctica that was founded by Chile. goista.com / Via goista.com They have their own hospital, hotel, and phone lines! 10. Antarctica has a volcano called Mount Erebes and it erupts crystals. Carsten Peter / Via ngm.nationalgeographic.com It's raining crystals, hallelujah! 11. There are Christian churches on Antarctica. ultima0thule.blogspot.ca / Via blogger.com To be specific, there are 7 Christian churches on Antarctica. 12. The winds on Antarctica are extremely strong that they go at 200 mph (320 km/h). Yikes. linguistonthemove.com / Via wordpress.com You'll be covered in snow in seconds. 13. The Antarctica contains 90% of the world's fresh water. gizadeathstar.com / Via ayyd9zp5a5-flywheel.netdna-ssl.com 14. The only way to work in the Antarctica is if you have your wisdom teeth and appendix removed. swoop-antarctica.com / Via s4.scoopwhoop.com If you have your appendix and wisdom teeth removed, congrats! You can work in Antarctica!