Do penguins live anywhere other than Antarctica?

Do penguins live anywhere other than Antarctica?
Of all the species of penguins, more than half can be found only outside Antarctica. One of our favorites is in the Galapagos. Of all the species of penguins, more than half can be found only outside Antarctica. ... Humboldt penguin: These medium-sized penguins—about nine pounds—live on the rocky coasts of Peru and Chile.
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Are Penguins only found in Antarctica?
Although almost all penguin species are native to the Southern Hemisphere, they are not found only in cold climates, such as Antarctica. In fact, only a few species of penguin live so far south. Several species are found in the temperate zone, but one species, the Galápagos penguin, lives near the Equator.
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Where do penguins live other than Antarctica?
AUSTRALIA/ NEW ZEALAND. Once you get away from Antarctica, most of the places where penguins live are rocky islands and dry, desert-like environments where their inability to fly doesn't make them vulnerable to land-based predators. May 14, 2019
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Where do penguins naturally live?
Penguins live on every continent in the Southern Hemisphere, from Australia to Africa. They can be found on the coasts of South America, as well as tiny, rocky islands deep in the ocean. The northernmost species, the Galápagos penguin, lives near the equator on the Galápagos Islands. Mar 29, 2021
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Which penguins do not live in Antarctica?
Penguins are synonymous with Antarctica, yet only emperor and Adélie penguins are permanent residents of the continent. Other species, such as chinstrap, gentoo, and macaroni, breed on the Antarctic Peninsula or sub-Antarctic islands. Feb 3, 2020