Why are cold regions like Antarctica or Arctic free of bugs?
- MogLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
There are some bugs there. Antarctic midge. These animals are the only true insects native to Antarctica, and they have the smallest genome ever sequenced. The Antarctic midge is a simple insect: no wings, a slender black body and an adult life span of not much more than a week.
The woolly bear caterpillar of the Arctic has the longest life-cycle of any butterfly or moth. It can take up to 14 years to get from the egg to the final moth.