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Penguin presentation
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  • 1. A 3RD GRADE SCIENCE LESSON<br />By: Nikolai Dziezyc <br />EMPEROR PENGUIN <br />
  • 2. Description <br />Largest species of penguins in the world <br />Stand up to 48 inches tall (4 feet tall)<br />Weight up to 100 pounds. <br />Cannot fly<br />
  • 3. Habitat <br />Live in Antarctica <br />Live in the coldest environment of any bird species <br />Temperatures can reach up to -40 degrees <br />The only species of animal that never leaves Antarctica <br />
  • 4. Diet <br />Antarctic Silverfish <br />Crustaceans <br />
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  • 6. Migration <br />Penguins travel over 50 miles to breeding grounds. <br />“March of the Penguins” <br />For thousands of years the breeding grounds have been in same place<br />Every year all the groups of penguins arrive within a couple hours of each other<br />
  • 7. Breeding Patterns<br />A female Emperor Penguin lays one egg and then leave to go hunting<br />The male Emperor Penguin sits on the egg to keep it warm for 65 days!<br />During that time the male penguins do not eat anything <br />After the egg hatches the female penguins return and the male penguins are allowed to leave to find their own food<br />
  • 8. Breeding Patterns continued<br />The baby Emperor Penguin does not leave her mother’s pouch for 2 months<br />Without the protection of the mother’s pouch the baby could freeze in less than 2 minutes<br />
  • 9. Social Patterns <br />With such cold temperatures Emperor Penguins huddle together for warmth <br />
  • 10. The END <br />

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