penguins live in temperatures that drop to 112 degrees below zero
Emperor penguins live in temperatures of an average minus 40 degrees.
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
Penguins can live in very cold or temperate zones in the world. Penguins that are on Antarctica live in cold weather that can get as cold as -89.2 degrees Celsius. Penguin that are in the Galapagos Islands live in a temperate zone with temperatures that are cool but not as cold as in Antarctica
No, Adelie Penguins also live on Antarctica. The amazing thing about Emperor Penguins is that they breed in one of the coldest parts of Antarctica, where the temperature can get to -30F!
Penguins live in Antarctica, the coldest place in the world. They can survive in temperatures of -129 degrees Fahrenheit.
the polar zones the temperature zones and the tropical zones. actually, it's temperate zones, not temperature. Temperature is how hot or cold it is.
Depends on the species. Contrary to popular belief some penguins live in hot countries for example African Penguins in South Africa or Fairy Penguins in Australia. But ALL penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere
Penguins can live in Singapore even though it doesn't snow here as Singapore keeps penguins that adapt to room temperature, not penguins that adapt to cold temperatures that are below 0 Degree Celsius.
most on earth they live from the south pole to near equatorial climates
penguin live in the cold because that is their temperature\
Penguins are sea birds and generally prefer colder water. In Antarctica the water temperature can fall to about 28 degrees F. before it freezes.
Different types of plants and animals live in torrid temperature zones compared to frigid zones. Tropical animals such as parrots and monkeys live in torrid temperatures zones. Plants like banana and coconut trees are in torrid zones. Animals like polar bears and arctic foxes live in frigid zones.
No penguins live in the Arctic. There are penguins that live in the Antarctic (southern pole).
penguins live in antarctica
NO! Penguins live ON the coast.
the differences is that the zones are the temperature
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.
The two types of penguins that live on the coast of Antarctica are the Emperor penguins and the Adelie penguins.
No penguins live in Antarctica: penguins are sea birds. But penguins to come to the Antarctic beaches to breed.
Penguins do not live in Svalbard, they only live in the Antarctic.
most penguins live in Antarctica
Penguins DO NOT live in the Arctic.
Penguins live on land.