The Emperor penguins live in polar biomes Fun facts *The Emperor Penguin is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species *Emperor penguins are capable of diving for extensive periods, making them excellent hunters. They dive up to 250m deep and can stay under water for three to six minutes at a time as they chase fish, krill and squid. *Emperor penguins are the only animal to breed during the Antarctic winter. When they arrive at the breeding site, males and females "sing" to attract a mate, memorizing their mate's unique song.
Red squirrels live in terrestrial biomes Fun facts *The red squirrel is quite a small, animal, unlike the grey squirrel. Average length is about 40cm from nose to tip of tail. *red squirrels are less active on the coldest days in winter.
Yellow-throated Warbler live in woodlands Fun facts *Yellow-throated Warbler is a bird of tall trees. It nests and forages high in the canopy of swamp and pine forests * In summer, male Yellow-throated Warblers display grey upperparts and wings, with double white wing bars.
The Black bear can live in either the Taiga, or the temperate, deciduous forests. Fun facts *black bears are the largest land mammal in new jersey *Black bears have good senses of smell and hearing. They can track down food just by its smell.
zebras live in Savannas and grassland biomes Fun facts *In the wild, zebras live about 20-30 years; in zoos they can live up to 40 years. •Every zebra has a unique pattern of black and white stripes •Zebras stand up while sleeping.
I would be a Emperor penguins Because Emperor penguins are my favorite animal Because Emperor penguins are cute