where does penguins live?

where does penguins live?
Penguins are flightless seabirds that live almost exclusively below the equator. Some island-dwellers can be found in warmer climates, but most—including emperor, adélie, chinstrap, and gentoo penguins—reside in and around icy Antarctica.
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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. Aug 10, 2009
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Do penguins live in igloos?
Penguins do not live in igloos. ... The people who traditionally made igloos are the Inuit , who live in the far north of North America and Greenland, where there are no penguins. There are no people native to Antarctica, where most (but not all) penguins live.
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Do penguins live in the North Pole?
Fact #9: There are no penguins at the North Pole.
You can find plenty of penguins in Antarctica (as well as in parts of South America and other regions). But there are no penguins living at the North Pole or any other part of the Arctic. In fact, the birds live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere. Sep 24, 2013
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Where do penguins live south or north pole?
Penguins live on Antarctica and the neighbouring continents, near the South Pole. Sep 2, 2015
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