Presentation on theme: "Emperor Penguin Mikayla Duta 5H 12/10/08 I picked the Emperor Penguin because penguins are my favorite animals and they have a cool ecosystem."— Presentation transcript:
Emperor Penguin Mikayla Duta 5H 12/10/08 I picked the Emperor Penguin because penguins are my favorite animals and they have a cool ecosystem.
Where They are Located Emperor penguins are located in Antarctica in the Arctic. They live in the coldest climate on Earth. Temperature can drop as low as -140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Characteristics Of a Emperor Penguin A Emperor penguin weighs 80-90 lbs. They stand over 3 ½ feet. They are the longest lived of the penguins with a life span of up to 50 years. Emperor penguins have yellow patches around their ears and at their throat and a long narrow bill.
Parts of a Emperor Penguins ecosystem There are many of parts of a Emperor Penguin’s ecosystem. Like ice that they live on. Water that they hunt in.
Living parts of A Emperor Penguins ecosystem. There is many living parts in a Emperor Penguin’s ecosystem. Like fish that a Emperor penguin eats. There is sea lions that eat Emperor Penguins.
Non-living parts There is many non-living parts of a Emperor penguin. There is water that is non-living in a Emperor Penguins ecosystem. There is ice that is non-living also. Also the air that they breath. Those are non-living parts in a Emperor Penguins ecosystem.
The role of a Emperor penguin A Emperor Penguin is like in the middle of the food chain. A Emperor penguin eats fish. A Sea lion eats a emperor penguin.
Wrap up This is why I picked a Emperor Penguin. They have a cool ecosystem and because penguins are my favorite animals. I got my information from Google and my images from Google images. THE END