Do Penguins Live in the Arctic?

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Penguins do not live n the arctic because that is not their natural habitat. Penguins live only in the Southern Hemisphere with heavy populations existing on the fringes of Antarctica. Only two of the 17 species of penguin actually live in the Antarctic. The rest prefer warmer (southern hemisphere) weather.
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Penguins live in the coastal regions of the Southern Hemisphere. While several types of penguins inhabit Antarctica, there are many species that live in the temparate and equtorial zones. They are not found in the northern polar regions.
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