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How Fast Can Penguins Swim?

Penguin swimming under water

Have you ever wondered that how fast can penguins swim?

Well! Penguins are an incredible creation of the god that lives in the southern hemisphere. These aquatic birds have some unusual traits that make them different from the other birds.

You can’t imagine that the penguins can swim more quickly than a human swimmer. Do you want to know that how fast they can swim?

In the below article, you will get to know the answer to all your questions in detail.

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Do Penguins Have Ears?

penguin head view

While looking at the head of the beautiful penguin, you can easily see the beak, eyes and the tongue of this aquatic animal also if their mouth is open. But have you seen its ears? So, what you think that do penguins have ears?

People usually overlook the presence of the ears of any animal or bird while looking at them. But if they don’t have ears then, how can they hear anything?

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Are Puffins Penguins?

puffins

Have you ever got a chance to see the penguins and the puffins together? Do they look same to you? Do they have any common similarity?

There are numerous questions that people ask us related to the puffins and penguins, and one of the typical queries among them is “Are puffins penguins”?

It is true that puffins and penguins both belong to the category of birds which have alike white and black feather coloring. They both love to have fish in their meals, but they are not the same. Puffins are not penguins. There are lots of differences between the two which makes them differ. Do you want to know those differences?

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How Much Do Penguins Weigh?

Gentoo Penguins

According to the ITIS (Integrated Taxonomic Information System), there are about 19 different species of penguin; all these species of penguins weigh different.

Penguins weigh from a range of 2 to 90 pounds depending on the species of the penguin and the stage of their breeding cycle. The little blue penguins are found near the coast of Australia and New Zealand. They are the smallest and weigh up to 2 or 3 pounds.

The emperor penguins that are found in the Antarctic is the most significant and the largest species of penguin. Sometimes they stand tall at the height of up to 36 to 44 inches or 91.44 to 111.76 cm and weigh between 60 and 90 pounds or 27.21 up to 40.82 kg.

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How Tall are Penguins?

King penguins

Penguins are marine birds that do not fly. They live in Southern Hemisphere with one penguin species named Galapagos penguin are endemic to the north of the equator. There are 17 existing species of penguins. The height of the penguins differs by age and from species to species.

Palaeeudyptes klekowskii is a colossus penguin which is an extinct species of penguins. The collective fossils obtained from Antarctica helped to determine the age of the penguin. Also, scientists discovered massive fossils of giant penguins in New Zealand that were expected to be found quickly next to the dinosaurs’ decease.

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Where are Penguins Found?

Penguins Are Mainly Found in Southern Hemisphere

Seeing cute and cuddly penguins in a zoo, you might have wondered where are penguins found? You can visit your local zoo and ask them if they have any penguins in captivity or you can visit any of the locations where penguins are found in the wild.

Penguins are mostly found in the Southern Hemisphere, with only one species of penguins found above the equator in Galapagos Islands. The two other places where you can see penguins living in a natural habitat are South Africa and New Zealand.

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Can Penguins Be Gay?

Penguins Display Homosexual Behavior in Zoos Around the World

Biologists have often wondered can penguins be gay? One of the most peculiar things about penguins is that it’s not easy to tell at the first look if the penguin is a male or a female. In most cases, it is only possible through a DNA test to find out if a penguin is a male or a female. This is one reason why finding male penguin pairs in nature can be a hit or miss venture. But in captivity and penguins often pair up with another penguin of the same sex. Even when introduced to female penguins, these penguins will not leave their same-sex partner.

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What are Baby Penguins Called?

penguin with baby chick

Lots of people have the curiosity to know about the life of penguins as these species found in the very limited area of the world. They need a particular temperature and climate to survive. Penguin’s life is quite mysterious, and there are so many facts that we do not know about them.

One of the commonly asked questions is what are baby penguins called? Do you have any idea?

To know the answer, read the below article.

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