Antarctica Wolverine

An Antarctica wolverine in July 17, 1999, on a normal warm sunny day in the Antarctican forests of summer.

The Antarctica wolverine is the largest carnivore on Antarctica's land, about the size of an America black bear. It is a carnivore that feeds on penguins, seals, Antarctican deer, and young Antarctican false camels. It is named due to its resemblance to true wolverines (a large mustlid from the Northern Hemisphere), but is bulkier and stronger in build due to being a bigger animal and isn't a wolverine at all and isn't even a mustlid, but is descended from a group of of Eocene's prehistoric medium-sized badger-like mammals from South America that made it into Antarctica when parts of South America was connected to Antarctica.