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Peeping Penguins Presented by Gabriel St. Pierre
Penguins are flightless birds who like to swim. They are warm blooded, and they spend half of their life in the water. What are Penguins?
Penguins eat squid, fish and krill. They feed their babies by barfing out, or regurgitating, into their baby’s mouth. What do penguins eat?
Most penguins live in Antarctica, but some live in New Zeeland and places like that. However, some penguins live in warm dry places. Where do penguins live?
Some animals that hunt penguins are birds like the skaus, sheathbills, and gulls. They take eggs and baby penguins. Adult penguins are hunted by orca whales, sea lions, and leopard seals. What hunts penguins? Leopard Seal
Penguin babies are called chicks/hatchlings. Penguins have about one or two babies each year. It takes a few weeks for them to hatch. What are baby penguins like?
There are penguins with different shapes and sizes and colors. Most penguins are black and white, but the emperor has some yellow feathers. The emperor penguin is the biggest penguin of all with a size of four feet. What are some different types of penguins? Emperor Penguin
I chose penguins because they are my favorite animal, and they are interesting to learn about. Why did I Choose penguins?
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