No penguins in the north pole, no polar bears in the south pole.

Polar Bears are from the North Pole, while Penguins live in the south Pole.

 

It is common to think these two share the same habitat, when they in fact don’t.

-      Polar bears live in the Artic (North Pole) and although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time at sea.

-      Penguins live mainly in the Antarctic (South Pole) but are also fond off the coast of Australia and as far up as the Galapagos Islands (the Ecuador).

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