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Only in zoos. No wild penguins live there.
around 30,000 horses are left in the wild
No, all wild penguins live in the Southern hemisphere.
YES, They tend to live on arid islands in Galapagos
Suprisinglly there are not many of them left
2600 African penguins are left in the world
It is estimated that there are 400,000 individuals left in the wild
Galapagos Penguins have a life span of 15-20 years. Predation, starvation, climatic events, and human disturbance are just a few of the effects on Galapagos Penguins that are responsible for such a short life span. Most of these penguins; in which live in the wild, live 17.5 years. Some don't make it to 15 years, and it is rare to hear them living past 20 years. That is the life span of the Galapagos Penguins, I hope it helped you. (:
quite a few i think is this much 200000 left in the wild, their population is stable so far
The only penguins that live in Mexico would be in a zoo. Mexico is far too warm a climate for penguins, as they tend to live on the Antarctic circle.Mexico, on the other hand, is a subtropical country closer to the Equator. There are penguins to be found on the Galapagos Islands which are near the Equator, but the Galapagos Penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus) is the only penguin that lives north of the equator in the wild.
I'm not totally sure but i think there is around 4 million of them left in the wild but i would look it up just in case I'm wrong.
100 million trillion kabillion googles of penguins
All wild penguins live in the seas and oceans.
yes many penguins live in the wild and some of them live in the zoo
Penguins are native to the southern hemisphere, and are most commonly found in Antarctica. They can also be found in the wild in Argentina, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, South Africa, and the Galapagos Islands. One can also view penguins in zoos all over the world.
The penguin has many natural habitats throughout the world including Antarctica, The Galapagos Islands, New Zealand, and South Africa. You can also find them in many zoo's throughout the world because of their rarity.