Penguin Questions and Answers

Northern hemisphere only

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A yellow-eyed penguin is one of the rarest penguins in the world. The yellow-eyed penguin or hoiho is a penguin native to New Zealand. Previously thought closely related to the little penguin, ...

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Norway

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Antartica

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Penguins waddle, and hop on land. Though they glide through water with the greatest of ease, penguins on land are ungainly creatures. Indeed, when it comes to walking, penguins expend twice as ...

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Penguins stay warm through blubber. Just like whales, penguins have a layer of fat under their skin called "blubber". Overtop of this they are covered with fluffy "down" feathers and overtop of ...

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There are around 17 different kinds of penguins, each slightly different. Some of the species have nicknames which can cause people to think there are more than 17 species. All of the species ...

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There are a total of 17 penguin species. Penguins are a family of 17 to 19 species of birds that live primarily in the Southern Hemisphere. They include the tiny blue penguins of Australia and ...

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Baby penguins are called chicks. The Emperor Penguin chicks are born completely covered with gray plumage, which they lost as they grow to get the counter shade black and white plumage which most ...

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Adeli penguins make their homes out of Pebbles. They spend about half of their lives on land and half in the oceans. Although almost all penguin species are native to the Southern Hemisphere, ...

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