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Penguins

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Transcript of Penguins

Penguins

by Anne McKinley,
Allen, and Ford
Chicks

Baby penguins
are called chicks.
Chicks
Chicks grow new
feathers after a few months.
Chicks
It takes a couple
weeks for chicks to
learn how to swim.
Chicks
Most chicks can swim and take care of themselves after about a
year.
All Penguins

Most penguins live in Antarctica but some live in countries such as South America, Africa, and Australia.
All Penguins

Penguins have fat to keep them warm.

All Penguins

All penguins can swim
at least twice as fast as people can.
All Penguins

Penguins heads are
different shapes and sizes.
There are18 types of penguins.

All Penguins
All Penguins

The first breeding colony
was discovered in 1902.

All Penguins

Penguins are to
bulky to fly.

Emperor

Penguins

Have yellow ear patches.



Emperor penguins are
the largest species.
Emperor Penguins
Emperor Penguins

In late fall they leave
the sea and go to their
rookery.
All Penguins

Adult penguins keep their babies on their feet.
All Penguins
Penguins eat fish,squid,and krill.

All Penguins

Penguins enemies are Polar Bears,
Leopard Seals and, Killer Whales.


Emperor Penguins

Mommy penguins give the
baby penguins to the daddy
penguin before hunting.

Credits

Watching Penguins in Anarctica
by Louise and Richard Spilsbury
Emperor Penguins up Close by
Carmen Bredson
Penguins by Lucia Raatma
Penguins and Their Chicks
by Margaret Hall
A Penguin Chick Grows Up
by Joan Hewett
Emperor Penguins by
Patricia Trattles
Penguins by Emily Rose
What`s a Penguin doing in a
Place like This?by Meriam
Schein
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