Were do penguins build there homes in Antarctica?
Penguins do not build homes; penguins do not live on the Antarctic continent.
When a penguin is ready to lay its egg and hatch its chicks -- done by both males and females of the different penguin types -- the male penguin fills a slight trough with stones indicating a nest.
Once the chicks are hatched and have fledged, all the animals leave Antarctica.
Your query assumes that penguins are interested in controlling or maintaining land. Penguins are sea birds and visit Antarctica's beaches to breed. They make their homes in the sea, where they are supported by the aquatic food chain. However, during breeding season, some penguins are territorial about their nest areas. There are no indicators that the beaches of Antarctica are shrinking, so that any and all penguins that want/ need to breed there can be…
Mainly there are emperor penguins who come to Antarctica to breed then the mother leaves the father with the egg. Yes they are. Yes These penguins breed on the continent: Emperor penguins AdÃ©lie Penguins Gentoo Penguins Chinstrap penguins These penguins breed on the sub-Antarctic Islands Rockhopper penguins King penguins