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5/25/22

[Answer] Which animal is native to a different part of the world than the other two?

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Which animal is native to a different part of the world than the other two?


  • Penguin:You will never find a polar bear, a walrus, and a penguin hanging out together. Why? Because penguins do not live in the arctic! Unlike polar bears and walruses, which live in the Arctic region near the North Pole, penguins are only found in the southern hemisphere. It is nearly impossible for penguins to migrate to the northern hemisphere, and attempting to do so would prove disastrous. Due to their inability to fly, penguins have remained in roughly the same area, primarily around the South Pole, for the past 40 million years.



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