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 Do penguins live in the North Pole?

Answer None of the 17 species of penguins live at the North Pole or anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. The emperor, Adelie and other penguin species live in Antarctica, site of the South Pole.Source:Sea... Read More »
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How many penguins live on Earth?

Tens of millions of penguins live on Earth, but the exact number is difficult to pinpoint. Some estimates put the total penguin population at 100 million. Penguins come in at least 17 different var... Read More »
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How long do macaroni penguins live?

In the wild, macaroni penguins live about eight to 15 years, according to Center for Biological Diversity. They breed at around 5 to 6 years old. They live in Antarctica and islands south of Africa... Read More »
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Do Macaroni penguins live on the equator?

The Macaroni penguin lives in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic region, nowhere close to Earth's equator. The bird takes its name from the colorful feathers on its head that the English explorers who... Read More »
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Do penguins live in the North Pole or the South Pole?

According to Antarctic Connection, penguins only live in the South Pole, which is the Antarctic region. Guillaume Dargaud's Penguins website explains that the reason there are no penguins in the Ar... Read More »
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