What state does a emperor penguin live in?
At the Antarctic Circle including Weddell Sea,Queen Maud Land,Enderby Land,Princess Elizabeth Land and Ross Sea.
The emperor penguin is a flightless bird that lives in the Antarctica.
A emperor penguin can live about 31-46 years
the Emperor Penguin is one of four species of penguin that inhabits the Antarctic Peninsula and islands, living on the Antarctic ice.
the feathers help the emperor penguin to live in the cold.
The emperor penguin is 1.1 metre tall and the smallest penguin is called fairy penguin or little blue penguin. Fairy penguins live in Newzeland and Australia.
the habitat of the emperor penguin is very cold, because they live at the south pole (or at least close to it.)
There are many penguin species, such as the Emperor penguin, the Adelie penguin, the Rockhopper penguin, and many, many more. Only tow species actually live in Antarctica the Emperor and the Adelie.
they live in the coastlines of Antartica.
they can live for as long as 20 years nearly the same as a emperor penguin
Gentoo penguin, emperor penguin etc..
The Emperor Penguin is one of four species of penguin that inhabits the Antarctic Peninsula and islands, living on the Antarctic ice.
the polar biome
25 in the wild
yes, yes it does
The Emperor penguin lives in neither a den nor a nest. This species of penguin has no fixed nesting site.
the emperor penguins diet is carnovors they eat meat and live in Antarctica
Emperor Penguins have life spans up to 50 years.
Emperor penguins live at sea, and generally in the Southern Ocean.
The emperor penguin is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica.
For about 20 to 30 years.
no. Just Antarctica.
20 years old
Emperor penguins live in large groups on the open ice or snowfield.
yes emperor penguins are one of the seven Antarctic penguins and is one of the only two species that actually live on mainland Antarctica.
No. The Emperor Penguin is one of four species of penguin that inhabits the Antarctic Peninsula and islands, living on the Antarctic ice and rocky coastline.
Well i have an adult emperor penguin as a pet. i live in the north of Canada and the majority of the people in my community have one also. they are about 375 lbs.
Emperor Penguins live in Antarctica and its a very cold place with ice everywhere and the condition there are too cold for humans.
They like Antarctic most. Emperor Penguins live in Antarctica.
Emperor Penguins are one type...
Live in a tank of water. that would be bad.
Adelie penguin, Emperor penguin, Skua, Leopard seal and Sheathbill bird.
The emperor penguin lives in the polar biome where it is very cold and may be subjected to freezing or below. They live in the southern hemisphere, although some lives on the most southern tip of south America.
An emperor penguin lives in very cold conditions, such as the Arctic Ocean or Antarctica. Emperor penguins live on the barren coasts of Antarctica, where they breed. They spend much time at sea, feeding on fish and squid.
The Emperor Penguin lives between the 66° and 77° south latitudes of Antarctica.
Emporer penguins live from 34- 46 years if nothing happens.
They are awsome animals who can live in negetive Fourty weather.
Number 14 south road, Freezington.
no, because the emperor penguin is the largest penguin. x0Hikari0x
An emperor Penguin is a breed of a Penguin. You cannot say that there is a difference because An EMPEROR PENGUIN is a type/breed of PENGUIN
Emperor penguins do not live in Antarctica, they are sea birds and live at sea. However, they do join their cousins, the Adelie penguins, when both types visit Antarctica's beaches to breed.
No penguin 'lives' in Antarctica. However, the Emperor Penguin and the Adelie Penguin both come to Antarctica's beaches to breed. Otherwise these animals are sea birds.
The emperor penguin is not endangered.
the Emperor Penguin is in the Domain Eukarya.
The genus of the Emperor penguin is Aptenodytes.
Yes, they only live in Antarctica unless they are at a zoo. In other words, 42
The range of an emperor penguin is 999,189,236,781,147 emperor penguins in the whole world.
No penguin 'lives' in a nest -- some penguin eggs are hatched in nests where there are no predators, but eggs can be moved by the adults to preserve them until they are ready to hatch.
An Emperor Penguin is born like every other penguin, in an egg. ----
the female penguin hunts