There are no penguins in the Arctic. Penguins are only found south of the equator. The two species of penguins living in Antarctica are well suited to the cold. Their feathers form windproof, waterproof coats which are so warm that sometimes the penguins can get too hot. Then they ruffle their feathers and hold out their flippers to cool down.

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