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i learned about penguins
and their habitat! i will
share some facts about
these amazing animals
Growing in the Arctic............
In the cold grounds of the Arctic grows flowers, moss, liches, shrubs, berries, grasses, and willows. The sun BARRELY rises above the mountains!The average temp. is 30 degrees during the day and -58 degrees in the night.
Penguins Here, Penguins There, Penguins in the Water!
OK, DAD, I'M READY TO GO INTO THE WATER!
The ocean is 32 degrees................ but the penguins don't mind! They love to swim through the nice, cool water and catch fish, anchovies, shrimp, krill, and squid. They can stay under water for up to 20 min. The penguins only like cool water because it contains more food.
I WANT FOOD, MOM!
More About Penguins ;)
i'm so happy...........
You can find penguins South of the equator: Australia, New Zeland, South Africa, Chile, Peru, and the Galopagos Islands. Their skin is like camoflouge. The white blends with the water below it and the black blends with the water above when the penguins are swimming. Each penguin speices has a different pattern. They can have different colors on them like pink, red, yellow, orange, brown, black, and white. They have lots of layers to keep them warm.
Even MOOOOOOOOOOOOORE Facts About Penguins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Penguins grow out of their old feathers and grow new ones. It's called molting. It takes a long time and during the prosess, they lose weight and must stay on land. The penguins mate and always recognize each other. They lay 2 eggs and put the eggs in between their feet to keep the eggs warm. The penguins make nests out of grass, moss, rocks, seaweed, and twigs and sticks. they have daycare for baby penguins where the penguins can huddle together for warmth and so it's harder to be eaten by seagulls.
I loved learning about these wonderful animals (penguins), and I hope you will too!
finishing it off!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: Hannah Budd