Penguins are instantly recognizable and our favorite birds. They spend up to 75% of their lives in the water searching for their food. They do all of their hunting in water. Their prey can be found within 60 feet of the surface, so penguins do not need to swim in deep water. They catch prey in their beaks and swallow them entirely as they swim. Some species only leave the water for breeding and molting.Continue reading
It is always good to see the penguin and polar bears together in commercials and movies. But, in reality, they are pole apart, being separated from warm waters of the equator; polar bears live in the Arctic, Northern Hemisphere whereas, penguins live in Southern Hemisphere ranging from Galapagos to the Antarctic.
The cuddly appearance of both the species makes them a good matter for an advertisement to attract people especially kids. The other reason why the two adorable species are thought to live in the same place is that, the habitat of the cool icy atmosphere.Continue reading
Penguins are amazing birds that live in some of the most inhospitable locations on the planet. There are several threats to their lives in these conditions, so if you have ever thought about how do penguins protect themselves, we are going to answer that question in this article.
There are several risk factors that make it difficult for penguins to survive, but penguins are smart, and evolution has helped them in their survival. Let’s take a look at some of these risks that penguins face and how they protect themselves from these risks.Continue reading
Many people wonder how much do penguins cost when they see these cuddly and cute birds on tv or in a zoo. After all, who would not like to own an animal that looks so lovely and almost like a small toy. Well, if you have been looking online for how much penguins cost, you might be in for a surprise as you cannot buy penguins like any other pet. There are several conditions that you need to fulfill to make sure the penguins will be happy and comfortable.Continue reading
Do penguins have knees? Looking at a penguin, this is one of the first questions to arise in a person’s mind. There is a simple reason behind this, penguins are often seen while standing or walking on snow and this can give an illusion that they don’t have knees.
But nothing can be further from the truth, penguins actually do have knees! The only difference is that the knees are hidden behind a layer of feathers and fur that helps the penguins to keep warm while swimming in cold water or while standing on land.Continue reading