|Google Street View heads due south.|
There aren't many streets on the earth's southern most continent, but that hasn't stopped Google from taking Street View there.
So far there only panormaic views on a small island in the South Shetland Islands off the southern tip of Argentina called Half Moon Island, which has a sizeable rookery of chinstrap penguins. Little surprise, then, that Google has swapped out their little yellow stick figured Pegman, used elsewhere, with a little black and white penguin (Pengman?) (oh, he flops onto his belly to slide around the ice when you click and drag him around the map!).
There are also a lot of static pictures that can be viewed by dragging the penguin onto blue dots.