Answer:

NO, penguins only live in the southern hemisphere, south of the Equator.

Some cartoons show wrong information with penguins dealing with Inuits, igloos or even polar bears, but this is incorrect and sometimes mislead the fact that there are not penguins living in the Arctic and it is a mistaken fact that polar bears and penguins share the same habitat.

Some penguin species and all polar bears live them both in icy regions but in opposite poles of the Earth. However, not all penguins live in the freezing conditions of the Antarctic, some of them live as north as the Galapagos Islands.