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  • Penguins By: Nicole B.  http://www.thecuteproject.com/images/items/1043.jpg http://www.layoutstar.com/images/allbackgrounds/bgs/upped/1246970844.jpg http://www.squidoo.com/chrisfavs http://www.treehugger.com/20090127-emperor-penguins.jpg
  • Location at Shedd Aquarium
    • Penguins are located in the Oceanarium at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
    • Some penguins are also located in the Polar Play Zone too.
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  • Where Penguins Live
    • Penguins live in the Southern half of the world. They do not live in the Northern half of the world unless they are in zoos or exhibits.
    • They live mostly in Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, America, and some live on islands.
    • Penguins like the ice, cold climate, and sea, but NO people.
    • Even though there is ice in Canada and the Arctic, penguins do not live there.
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  • Penguin’s Prey and Predators
    • Penguin’s prey or what they eat is usually fish, squids, and krill.
    • Penguin’s predators or what they are eaten by are seals, polar bears, sharks, killer whales, and more.
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  • What a Penguin Looks Like
    • Penguins are aquatic birds with flippers which makes them great swimmers.
    • There are 17 types of penguins; African, Chinstrap, Emperor, Erect-crested, Fiordland, Galapagos, Gentoo, Humbolt, King, Little, Macaroni, Magellanie, Rockhopper, Royal, Snares, Adelie, & Yellow-eyed
    • They have black backs and white bellies to hide them from predators.
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  • Facts on Penguins
    • Penguins can not fly.
    • There are 17 different types of penguins.
    • Penguins are a type of bird.
    • The largest penguin is the Emperor.
    • The smallest penguin is the Adelie.
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  • Fun Facts on Penguins
    • Penguins can walk faster than humans.
    • They communicate with each other through body language.
    • They pick up stones and store them in their crop. This helps them to float when they are in the water.
    • Penguins can hold their breath for about 20 minutes.
    • They swallow their food as a whole.
    • The Galapagos Islands is the farthest place north that penguins live.
    • Penguins enjoy sliding on their bellies down icebergs.
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  • Thanks for watching!