Top 10 Most Popular Arboreal Species Tree Hugger Animals for Kids - Animal Facts

Top 10 Arboreal Species Tree Hugger Animals #EarthDay

What does it take to be a tree-hugger? A pair of Birkenstocks? A wardrobe comprised of hemp? A barrage of other non-helpful stereotypes? Well, not at Animal Facts. Our favorite tree-huggers wear no clothes at all. Giggity. We’re speaking of course about our arboreal animal friends. What’s that? Arboreal animals are animals that spend most or all of their time in the trees and we’ve put together a list of our favorites. Let’s get started. But before we start, take a moment to like and subscribe for more fun, fauna facts.

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Penguins 101: Magellanic Penguin 10 Fun Facts for Kids #penguin - Animal Facts

Magellanic Penguins 101 Facts

Life’s really is a beach for the Magellanic Penguin. It is a mid-sized black and white banded penguin that foregoes the frigid temps that we typically associate with penguins, for a toastier climate. It calls the coast of South America and the Falkland Islands home, and is closely related to the Galapagos, African and Humboldt penguins.

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Penguins 101: Macaroni Penguins for Kids 10 Fun Facts - Animal Facts

Macaroni Penguin Facts Penguins 101

Macaroni Penguins have it…and they flaunt it. They are blessed with several flashy features that make them stand out amongst other species of penguins. These features include a bright yellow-orange crest that resembles a pair of bushy eyebrows, red eyes, a thick dark orange beak with a fleshy patch of pink skin on each side and large pink feet. But don’t let their good looks fool you when it comes to defending their territory, Macaroni males are very aggressive and won’t shy away from a fight.

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Penguins 101: Fun Yellow-Eyed Hoiho Penguin Facts for Kids New Zealand - Animal Facts

Penguins 101: Fun Yellow-Eyed Hoiho Penguin Facts

The yellow-eyed penguin(Megadyptes antipodes) or hoiho is a penguin native to New Zealand because New Zealand has all the cool stuff. The hoiho even appears on the reverse side of the New Zealand five-dollar note. Yeah, way to rub it in New Zealand. Welcome to Animal Facts, today we discuss what may be the most ancient of all living penguins, the accurately named Yellow-eyed penguin.

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Penguins 101: King Penguin 10 Facts for Children - Animal Facts

Penguins 101: King Penguin 10 Facts

The king penguin(Aptenodytes patagonicus)  is the second largest penguin in the world, exceeded in size solely by its closest relative, the even more grandly named emperor penguin. One of the more colorful penguins, the king penguin has a striking, spoon-shaped patch of orange-gold on either side of the neck that fades into a paler orange upper chest. Think of it as the penguin equivalent of ‘bling’!

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