yes,of couse its a polar region so penguin lives there
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.
Penguins exist only in the Southern Hemisphere.
I live here in Greenland
Greenland sharks live in the Artic
No penguins live in the Arctic. There are penguins that live in the Antarctic (southern pole).
The Arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos), also known as the Melville Island wolf, is a subspecies of gray wolf native to the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, from Melville Island to Ellesmere Island.
Penguins live in many countries, not just Antarctica. Different types of Penguins, like the Little Penguin, live in New Zealand. Some penguins live in South America, places like Peru, Argentina, Chile and the Galapagos Islands. No penguins live in North America. African Penguins live in Africa, and some Penguins live in Australia.
Yes polar bears live in Greenland. A polar bear is on the seal of Greenland.
NO! Penguins live ON the coast.
penguins live in antarctica
No penguins live in Antarctica: penguins are sea birds. But penguins to come to the Antarctic beaches to breed.
The two types of penguins that live on the coast of Antarctica are the Emperor penguins and the Adelie penguins.
A map of where penguins live can be found at your local library. Penguins live in the South Pole on the map.
Penguins do not live in Antarctica. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. However, Emperor and Adelie penguins do visit Antarctica's beaches to breed.
does the greenland shark live in alone or in groups
Yes, reindeer are the only species of deer that live in Greenland.
Penguins do not live in Svalbard, they only live in the Antarctic.
Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. Penguins breed on Antarctica's beaches. There are no penguins in the Arctic.
Depends on the species. Contrary to popular belief some penguins live in hot countries- for example: African Penguins live in South Africa or Fairy Penguins live in Australia. .....but ALL penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere
No. They don't live in Alaska. They live, mostly , in the Southern Hemisphere. Although you would think penguins live in all cold places, the african penguins can live in warm places as well. But most penguins live in Antarctica.
Penguins do not live in Madagascar. These flightless waterbirds live in the southern half of the world and there are 17 types of penguins.
Typically there are about 200 penguins that will live together. There is however no limit to how many penguins will live together.
most penguins live in Antarctica
Penguins DO NOT live in the Arctic.
Penguins live on land.
Penguins live in groups.
In the circumpolar north in areas where they can hunt seals at openings in the sea ice called leads. There are five nations with polar bears: U.S. (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway. Polar bears do not live in Antarctica. Penguins do.
No penguins 'live' in Antarctica. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. Two types of penguins that come to Antarctica's beaches to breed are the Emperor and the Adelie.
Emperor Penguins do not live on the Antarctic continent. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. Emperor Penguins do visit Antarctica's beaches, however to breed.
when penguins are about a year old they live indepent
Penguins live along the coastline of antarctica
For a map showing the range of penguins, click on this link.
i think penguins live for around 14 years
Only in zoos. No wild penguins live there.
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.
Nuuk, Greenland is the capitol and most populous city on Greenland.
No it's to hot for penguins to live in Africa. Penguins live in Antarctica.
Neither lions nor penguins live in dens.
Most Penguins live in the cold, but some live in tropical environments.
Rattlesnakes live only in North and South America. Greenland is much too cold for reptiles.
there are 40 owls in greenland
No! Many penguins live in hot places like male emperor penguins! Hope this helps.
Penguins do not live on the Antarctic continent. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. However, they do come to Antarctica's beaches to breed annually.
There are four species of penguins which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrap and Gentoo penguins.
No. Penguins live at sea and breed on the Antarctic beaches. Penguins are acclimated to this environment.
Penguins do not live in the Sahara Desert.
All wild penguins live in the seas and oceans.