Do penguins migrate or do they hibernate?
they dont migrate or hibrinate, they keep warm by huddling togather. there partners are out in the world looking for food during the cold seasons to look for food for the young, and switches when they come back(taking turns).
No, animals in Antarctica do not hibernate or migrate in the summer because that is when they have to take care of thier babies and get food for them. During the winter most of them hibernate because Antactica is turned on the side of the Earth where their is no sunlight. Penguins, don't do anything but huddle to keep warm.