Do penguins and polar bears ever meet?
In Greek Arctic means bear while Antarctic means the opposite of Arctic (or opposite of bear). Polar bears are found in the Arctic, not the Antarctic. That’s why polar bears and penguins will never meet; they’re found in the north while penguins are found in the south.
Where do polar bears mostly live?
Where does Penguin live?
Penguins live primarily in the Southern Hemisphere. The tiny blue penguins can be found in Australia and New Zealand, while the majestic emperor penguins can be found in Antarctica and the king penguins can be found in many sub- Antarctic islands.
What do penguins and polar bears have in common?
They both love to swim, they both love to eat fish and they both thrive in some of the harshest climates in the world.