How do zoos take care of penguins in a hot place?
Zoos can control the temperature indoors with air conditioning.
Zoos usually put the penguins in a cold room separate from the warm places.
Because zoos' temparature is not better for penguins.
Yes. Zoos take good care of endangered species. In the wild, there is no one to take care of the species.
Yes there are Emperor penguins in some zoos.
Well, Zoos sometimes save animals like zoos take penguins because of global warming and they keep them safe from harm
Zoos take care of bears by providing the correct habitat, food, and play life for the bears depending on their species.
Probably because it costs too much to care for such animals...
they kill them by injections
yes. the people that take care of them are called zookeepers.
it depends on the zoo but, generally, zoos in the US take very good care of their animals.
Only in zoos. No wild penguins live there.
Zoos educate people about wild animals and their care. They also take in and/or rehabilitate animals that have been injured, or care for animals that would not survive in the wild.
As with all places, it depends on the zoo. There are zoos that take good care of their animals, and some that are wicked.
There are penguins living in various zoos in Florida, but it is not their natural habitat.
There a some penguins in Polish zoos, but their native habitat is Antarctica.
You'd only find them in zoos. Penguins are southern hemisphere animals.
Some live in Antarctica but many live on the coasts of Australia, South America and Africa as well as on the Galapagos Islands.
Only in zoos, not in the wild.
we can save the endangered animals in the zoos taking care of their good hygiene and good food. the authority of the zoo should take care of this thing that the animals are not harmed and the babies are well taken under care.
We can..... .Try and stop global warming, .You could always save energy so that we can build a big machine that would create snow and ice so that we can take care of them if they could get sick, .Also the zoos should set them free and let them be in the wild
Zoos exist because, if there weren't zoos there wouldn't be a place for animals to be cared for. The only place would be the vet's office. Also because we need to care for the animals in need, like the ones that are sick or orphaned. There are bad points about zoos but the zoo is mainly for people to see rare animals and for education, but lots of other reasons too.
Penguins are all found in the southern hemisphere.
There are no penguins in Canada. Penguins live in the southern hemisphere. You can find some in zoos or in the Bio-dome in Montreal.
tigers are the most endangered species of the big cats. zoos can help tigers breed and take care of them so they don't become extinct.
zoos they take care of animals more
The percentage of a zoos with bad care is 42%
Only in zoos. There are no native wild penquins.
obviously- except in zoos
Yes, penguins do live in Argentina. There are estimated to be millions that live in Argentina. Penguins can be seen in several zoos in the United States.
Zoos like Sea World in San Diego, CA and the Nagoya Aquarium in Japan both keep Emperor penguins. They are difficult to keep in captivity which limits the number available.
Zoos are the only place in the world where you will find polar bears and penguins within the same vicinity as the other. In the wild however, there is no place at all where you find both of these species living together. Penguins are found in Antarctica (and the southern shores of other continents like Africa and South America), and polar bears are restricted to the Arctic areas of Canada, Denmark and Russia.
Yes, if there are seals or penguins in a zoo their would be a marine biologist. Marine Biologists do not have to work in zoos though.
No penguins do not live in the Norhtern Hemisphere including Europe, Asia, and North America. Unless they are in zoos for display.
Only in zoos. And on Svalbard, which is technically a part of Norway.
Penguins can be found in Utah only in zoos. Penguins are native to the Southern Hemisphere only, and all but one species are found in the cold regions of the Southern Hemisphere.
Cheetahs do not do well in zoos and seem to contract all sorts of health issues when kept in captivity.
Yes they are but that's my opion I think they are good because when they are in the zoo the only way that they could die would be old or sickness. At zoos the people there take care of them. when they take them out of the wild it is saving them and ya haha i like cake hehe
Most penguins live in Antarctica, but a type of penguin lives in Africa, the (NO LAUGHING) Jackass Penguin. So if there are penguins in North America, they're in zoos.
No, snow is not crucial to the survival of penguins. Most penguins are found in icy, snowy environments but there are some species that live on sandy or pebbled beaches or even in zoos.
only in the zoos. penguins live on South pole, not North one
Maybe if they step on trash that people threw in their cage but the zoo employees take care of them as much as they possibly can.
Zoos, dolphin tamers, marine biologists, and wild life advocates, or they just live in the wild.
They can put them in zoos and help them learn how to take care of themselves.
They only live together in zoos; in the wild, polar bears live in the Arctic (north) and penguins live in the Antarctic (south).
the answer depends on the zoo and the care it gives. Many zoos only captivate animals to make money and don't really care about the animals; however there are many which take in endangered animals and so to protect them. These zoos care for the animals and give them a good living condition which is small but still good for the preservation of the animal's species.
Some people view zoos as bad because they feel animals are detained. Some zoos are no trained properly to care for the animals they own. Zoos who provide proper medical care, proper diets, and proper living facilities are safe for the animals. Some zoos actually house many injured animals, and care for the ones who could never be returned to the wild.
In the wild, NO. Only in zoos. Occasionally seen at the very bottom of South America.
no, all penguins live in the southern hemisphere, unless thay are in zoos or aquariums, relatives of penguins, puffins and auks, do live in the nornthern hemisphere and can fly as well
Opinions vary on whether or not zoos still have a place in today's world. Some believe zoos are educational, others believe they are cruel.
No, they were meant to live in Antarctica (except for zoos, and stuff like that).
Not in the wild, no. There may well be some in captivity in zoos in Iceland. Penguins are native to the Antarctic (southern polar region), not the Arctic, which can include Iceland and Greenland.