This would be the Galápagos penguin, the only species found north of the Equator. It survives here likely due to the numbers of fish present in these cool, nutrient-rich waters.
Not all penguins live in the icy climes of Antarctica – several species occur in the temperate zone, such as the Snares of New Zealand and the magellanics of Chile and Argentina.
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