The two types of penguins that live on the coast of Antarctica are the Emperor penguins and the Adelie penguins.
they live in Antarctica
No, Emperor Penguins only live on the continent of Antarctica.
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.
No, Emperor penguins breed in colonies on the frozen continent of 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!
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.
No penguins live in Antarctica. Two types of penguins breed on Antarctica's beaches: Adelie and Emperor. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea.
There are four species of penguins which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrap and Gentoo penguins.
No they are to be found only in Antarctica.
Emperor penguins breed around Antarctica's beaches, where you can find their rookeries.
The Emperor Penguin lives between the 66° and 77° south latitudes of Antarctica.
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. They only live in Antarctica. No penguins of any kind live anywhere in the Arctic.
Of the 17 species of penguins, there are only fourspecies which live at Antarctica: Adelie, Emperor, Chinstrapand Gentoo penguins. The Antarctic is not their only range.
the famous Emperor and the common chinstrap
Emperor Penguins are one type...
The emperor penguin is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica.
the emperor penguins diet is carnovors they eat meat and live in Antarctica
Penguins do not live in Antarctica. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. However, two types of penguins breed on Antarctica's beaches for several weeks during their breeding season. These are Emperor and Adelie penguins.
Of the 21 known species four live in Antarctica: The Adelie, the Macaroni, the Chinstrap and the Emperor.
No penguins live in Antarctica: it is a continent where a few types of penguins come to breed. Penguins are sea birds and live at sea. You can find Adelie and Emperor penguins breeding on Antarctica's beaches during breeding season.
Antarctica, although they really do their living at sea.