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Penguins

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Juan Lozano Lozano Englsh Students

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Penguins

  1. 1. the Penguins
  2. 2. kind of penguins • Crested penguin Adelie Penguin Penguin Goggles Chinstrap penguin Humboldt penguin Galapagos penguin Magellanic penguin Penguin New Zealand Penguin Yellow Eyes Rockhopper Penguin Plume Penguin Orange Penguin Red Peak Snares Penguin
  3. 3. Emperor penguin • Emperor penguins are the largest of the penguin species , mate and breed in the Antarctic ice . They make a terrible journey through the ice up to 75 miles ( 120 kilometers ) to reach the breeding colonies during the frigid Antarctic winter . While this can be quite austere life , for now it's sustainable : Emperor penguins are classified Least Concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature ( IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.
  4. 4. Galapagos penguin • The Galapagos penguin , endemic to the Galapagos Islands around Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean, has experienced a population decline of more than 50 percent since the 1970s , and faces a probability of 30 percent extinction in this century. Habitat destruction by increasing human population and tourism on the islands , along with the introduction of feral cats that eat penguins are its biggest threats .
  5. 5. king penguin • This long distance forage species is stable, but one study found that the average of their feeding has recently doubled, which means they have to travel farther to find food. They are the second largest penguin in the world, after the Emperor species.

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