No species of penguin lives in. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea.
Two types of penguins visit Antarctica's beaches to breed: Adelie and Emperor.
Of the 17 species of penguins, there are only fourspecies which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrapand Gentoo penguins. The Antarctic is not their only range.
There are really only two species of penguins that breed in Antarctica: the Emperor and Adelie.
Penguins live in Antarctica. They are found only in the Southern hemisphere.
Penguins are native to Antarctica and can only be found there. :)
Antarctica. They are one of the only two species that live there all year long.
No, penguins only live in the southern hemisphere. Most species live on Antarctica, while many live in the southern most regions of Africa, Australia, and South America.
No, Adelie Penguins also live on Antarctica. The amazing thing about Emperor Penguins is that they breed in one of the coldest parts of Antarctica, where the temperature can get to -30F!
Of the 17 known species of penguins, only two of them actually breed on Antarctica. For more information, see the related link.
The exact popluation of the penguins of Antarctica would be very hard to find. But surprisingly, only about two of seventeen species of penguins live there. They are the Adelie and Gentoo penguins, so, on the movie Happyfeet, they are inadequently wrong by showing the Rockhopper in the same environment as the others. Most species of penguins live in South America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Actually, penguins live everywhere on the south side of the equator. Only two types of penguins breed in Antarctica and the rest live elsewhere.
No, Emperor Penguins only live on the continent of Antarctica.
No, the Arctic fox lives only in the Arctic, not in Antarctica.
I think only penguins live there.
yes emperor penguins are one of the seven Antarctic penguins and is one of the only two species that actually live on mainland Antarctica.
No. They only live in Antarctica. No penguins of any kind live anywhere in the Arctic.
No they are to be found only in Antarctica.
No.Of the 17 species of penguins, there are only fourspecies which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrapand Gentoo penguins. The Antarctic is not their only range.Others are found elsewhere within the Antarctic Circle to temperate regions further north, including New Zealand, southern Australia, the Falkland Islands, the Galápagos Islands and the coastlines of South America and southern Africa
Penguins only live in the southern hemisphere, including Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Galapagos islands and Antarctica. Some species live as far north as the equator, but none live in the Arctic. Penguins also live in aquariums, and bird parks but that's the only place you can find penguins in the USA.
Penguins only live in the wild in South Africa and Antarctica.
The emperor penguin is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica.
Type your answer here... no,penguins don't liv in south America.they live only in Antarctica
No. Snow leopards are only found in Asia. The leopard seal is found in the waters around Antarctica, and the females give birth to their pups in dens in the ice around Antarctica. Several species of penguins lay their eggs and raise their young on Antarctica, but there are no species of land mammals that live on the continent.
Penguins only live in the southern hemisphere there are penguins in new zealand and the galapagos islands but most of them live in antarctica
Penguins only live in the southern hemisphere. Heavy populations live on the fringe of Antarctica. They also live on islands in the vicinity.
No, Most penguins live in antarctica and/or eat only fish, so the are Carivores.