WHERE PENGUINS LIVE: Penguins do not live in the Arctic. They live on the shores of Antarctica and they also live in the south of Australia, New Zealand, America & Africa. The most northerly place that penguins live is on the Galapagos Islands which is near Ecuador in South America. Even though there is ice in Canada and the Arctic, penguins don't live there or in the northern half of the world.
The Arctic land is mainly tundra and covered with hearty plants like moss and lichen which caribou and muskox feed on. A wide range of marine mammals and fish live in the Arctic ocean. Whales, dolphins, walruses, arctic fox and seals all make their homes there. The great polar bear depends on these marine mammals and fish for survival.
No other animal other than penguins can draw attention to the environmental damaged caused by oil and gas drilling, fracking and mountaintop removal, etc.. That is why I end this video with a message "NO TO ARCTIC DRILLING!" ~Aetopus
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