ALL ABOUT PENGUINS
The penguin's scientific name is sphenicidae. There are 18 species of penguins in the world, and some of them are great penguins, brush-tailed, little, banded, yellow-eyed, crested, and A penguins.
A penguin is around 3.6 - 4.3 ft in height and 10-12 in in width. They are black and white in color. They have long beaks. Their feathers are not fluffy. Their beak is orange and black. Their wings are black.
They live in Antarctica. They swim in oceans and stay on land as well.
They eat fish, squid, krill, and shrimp. They swim down to get their food. They are carnivores.
There are 1.7 million penguins left in the world. Emperor penguins can live up to 15-20 years. Little penguins can live up to 6 years. Their predator are leopards, seals, and killer whales. They use camouflage to protect themselves.
The mom penguins take care of their babies. They only live with their parents for a few weeks. They lay eggs. The baby penguins are covered with white or brown plumage. Baby Emperor penguins ae 3.6-4.3 ft tall. The most they can lay eggs is 2 at a time.
Penguins are cute and they can survive in a rough environment.
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