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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Humboldt Penguin Facts for Kids Penguins 101 #penguin

Penguins 101: Humboldt Penguin 10 Fun Facts

The Humboldt Penguin(Spheniscus Humboldt) (also termed Chilean penguin, Peruvian penguin, or patience) – a medium-sized, black and white penguin, that lives on the Pacific Coast of South America. Humboldt penguins share their name with the chilly Humboldt Current, which flows north from Antarctica along the Pacific Coast of South America, where the birds live. This is one of many ummm cool facts about a penguin with a proportionately large head.

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Penguins 101: Little Blue Penguins for Kids Fairy Top 10 Facts - Animal Facts

Penguins 101: Little Blue Penguins for Kids Fairy Top 10 Facts

Also known as Fairy penguins, blue penguins, and little blue penguins, this species is the smallest of all penguins; a fully developed adult can weigh only 2.6 lb. They have a fragile and delicate appearance highlighted by a bluish color unique among all species of penguins. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts, today we discuss the super cute, Little Blue Penguin. If you love animals, click that subscribe button and Let’s Get Started.

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