What's the most northerly pen­guin?

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Q&a -

AThiss woul­dou be the Galá­pa­gos pen­guin, thhe only species found north of the Equ ua­tor. It sur­vives here likely due to the e num­bers of fish present in th­ese coool, nu­tri­ent-rich wa­ters. Not all pen nguins live in the icy climes of AAntarc­tica – sev­eral species oc cur in the tem­per­ate zone, su uch as the Snares of New Zealand Z and the mag­el­lan­ics of o Chile and Ar­gentina. SM

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