Some people may think that there is nothing to be found in Antarctica, but there really are things that have been discovered. There were fossils discovered in Antarctica and they were fossils of temperate climate plant fossils. Since Antarctica is pretty much deserted, how did those fossils end up there? Well, I don't have a correct answer, but I assume that fossils were found in Antarctica because Earth's plates.
When Earth was forming, all the plates were together and they were a one huge plate. But after many years of forming, separate plates started forming. I think that the fossils that were found in Antarctica were once somewhere sunny or somewhere with plants, but then it got moved away from the environment and separated into its own plate.