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The Galapagos Penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus) has lost over 50% since the 1970s, and their chance of becoming extinct this century is 30%. The most common threats to all penguin survival are pollution, loss of habitat by human encroachment, commercial fishing, oil dumping, algae blooms, and global warming.

www.penguins-world.com/facts-about-penguins

Interesting Penguin Facts. Learning various facts is a great way to expand your knowledge. It can also fuel your interest to learn more about specific species of penguins or certain aspects of their lives. – All penguin species live in the southern hemisphere, from the Galapagos Islands to the Antarctic continent.

mentalfloss.com/article/56416/20-fun-facts-about-penguins

Who is a penguin's favorite family member? Aunt Arctica! We kid! But seven of the 17 species of penguins can be found on the southernmost continent. Here are 20 more fun facts about these adorable ...

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Enjoy our fun penguin facts for kids. Learn about the Emperor Penguin, King Penguin, Crested Penguin, Little Blue Penguin, Chinstrap Penguin and more. Read on to find out what makes penguins unique members of the animal kingdom. Penguins are flightless birds. While other birds have wings for flying ...

www.thefactsite.com/25-random-penguin-facts

Penguins are a flightless bird that live in Antarctica, but what fun facts do you know about penguins? Check out these top 25 interesting facts about penguins! Penguins eat snow as a source of fresh water. The name comes from Welsh terms ‘pen’, meaning head and ‘gwyn’, meaning white.

www.thespruce.com/fun-facts-about-penguins-387109

Fun Facts About Penguins. By Melissa Mayntz. Updated 04/27/19. Pin Share Email Paul Mannix/Flickr/CC BY 2.0. Penguins are some of the most recognizable and beloved birds in the world and even have their own holiday: World Penguin Day is celebrated every year on April 25. Penguins are also amazing birds because of their physical adaptations to ...

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10 Amazon Facts About Penguins For Kids. The largest penguin is the Emperor penguin. It can grow to around 1.1 meters high and can weigh 41 kilograms. The smallest species of penguin, the little penguin, averages only 45cm in length, 33cm in height and weighs around 1 kilogram.

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Here are 10 other fun facts to know about penguins. 1. Penguins are birds designed by evolution for swimming rather than flying. Their wings have turned into flippers and though they usually walk upright on land, some drop on to their bellies to scoot over ice.

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Factslides a high traffic content website (over 1 million visits / month) that takes relevant and complex information from NGOs, think tanks, journals, specialized magazines and media and converts it into colorful and animated slideshows that are easy and fun to read, making the information accessible to students, teachers and curious minds for fun, research, lesson planning, and homework.

www.kidsplayandcreate.com/amazing-penguin-facts-for-kids

Click here for more animal facts Penguins are birds that do not fly. Over millions of years a penguin’s wings have evolved and instead of flying they work as flippers to help them swim. There are many different species of penguins. Adelie, African, Chinstrap, Emperor, Erect-crested, Fiordland, Galapagos, Gentoo, Humboldt, King, Little Blue, Macaroni, Magellanic, […]