Andrew Sierakwoski Period 9 5-9-2016
Penguins live a lot of different locations. They can live on the equator, and also in the Antarctic. But they manly live in the arctic. In the arctic penguins live on giant patches of ice .
Even though penguins have wings they can't fly like normal birds, so they invented a new way of flying. "Penguins 'fly' through the water in much the same way other birds fly'' (Penguins). Penguins also live in groups. There feet and tail help them glide in the water.The penguins usaly move around on ice using a prosseds called
"Penguins usually swim at speeds up to 10 miles" (Penguins)
Female penguins lay one to two eggs annually. They lay there eggs in a nest made of twigs and leaves. The eggs take up to 65 days to hatch. The penguins reproduce sexually. When the baby are born they don't know how to swim.
Some times The male penguins hold the egg in between their legs until it hatches.
And Once the baby has hatched he/she is still held by the male.
Baby penguins don't have colored feathers.
The Southern Ocean is home to more than 10,000 unique species, including most of the world’s penguins ( Mecro Prees)
"They usually hold their breath for 2 to 9 minutes" (Penguins)
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