Where can you find facts about the pacific coast region?
In the internet.
Canada is not "in" the west coast, but it does "have" a west coast. Take a look at your atlas and find Canada. It is the second-largest country in the world. Then find the Pacific Ocean. It is the largest ocean in the world. Canada's west coast runs along the Pacific Ocean. Canada has the longest coastline of any country in the world. Canada's coastline includes not only the Pacific Ocean, but also the Atlantic…
In the eastern North Pacific ocean (around the Americas), and is very endangered in the western Northern Pacific. On May 8, 2010, one was seen off the coast of Israel, and that same whale was seen again in July 8, 2010 off the coast of Barcelona, Spain, leading scientists to think that there might be some unknown habitats. Source: Wikipedia :-)
Your premise is incorrect. Penguins do live in deserts. Almost the entire continent of Antarctica is desert and penguins live there. Along the coast of the Namib Desert in Africa you will find the African Penguin and on the Pacific Coast of Chile you will find the Humboltd Penguin who nest in the cliffs there. The penguins seem well suited to their desert habitats.
Which is the only pacific coast state where a president was bornwhat background knowledge do you need to answer this question?
There are technically two states with a (at least one) Pacific coast in which U. S. presidents were born. Richard Nixon was born in California on January 9, 1913, and Barack Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961. All you need to know to find information like this on your own is how to Google "U. S. Presidents" "place of birth".