Whats a good name for a penguin

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Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester

This is a mildly funny and sweet story about an unconventional penguin and his conformist peers.

For me, the names of all the penguins were the most amusing part of the book.

This book has some good messages: that being odd or different and being your own person can be a huge positive, and that it’s worth it to make friends with those who might, on the surface, seem weird in any way. It could make a great read aloud book for groups of children to discourage them from ostracizing anybody. Along with these lessons, it’s simply a fun book.
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Catarractes chrysolophus Brandt, [2] Eudyptes saltator Stephens, The macaroni penguin Eudyptes chrysolophus is a species of penguin found from the Subantarctic to the Antarctic Peninsula. One of six species of crested penguin , it is very closely related to the royal penguin , and some authorities consider the two to be a single species. It bears a distinctive yellow crest, and the face and upperparts are black and sharply delineated from the white underparts. Adults weigh on average 5. The male and female are similar in appearance; the male is slightly larger and stronger with a relatively larger bill. Like all penguins, it is flightless, with a streamlined body and wings stiffened and flattened into flippers for a marine lifestyle.

Regions: Antarctica. There are 17 penguin species found around the globe, but the eight most recognizable reside only on the Antarctic Continent, its nearby islands, and the sub-Antarctic archipelagos of South Georgia and the Falklands. It is these penguins you stand the chance to see on an Antarctica cruise , described below in all their flightless yet fascinating detail. Emperor penguins are the only bird species in the entire Antarctic that breeds during the winter. Baby emperor penguin chicks are born between the end of July and the middle of August, but they're unable to explore the sea alone until January. There are estimated to be 2. There are thought to be about , breeding pairs of gentoo penguins in the Antarctic region, which puts them second only to the emperor penguin in terms of smallest penguin population.

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Other collective nouns for penguins include rookery, colony, and huddle. Penguins are black and white for camouflage; from above, their black backs blend into the dark ocean. Penguins are naturally found almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere, the exception is the Galapagos penguin, which is endemic to the Galapagos Islands and is the only penguin species found north of the equator. Emperor penguins are the largest living species of penguin, reaching around cm 4ft but. The, now extinct, mega penguin Palaeeudyptes , which lived between 37 and 40 million years ago stood cm tall the average height of a woman in the UK and, including beak and flippers would have measured 2m. The smallest penguin is the little blue penguin , found in New Zealand and Australia, which is only about 33cm high and 43cm long. Gentoo penguins are the fastest species — they can reach swimming speeds up to 22 mph.

All rights reserved. With flamboyant red-orange beaks, white-feather caps, and peach-colored feet, gentoo penguins stand out against their drab, rock-strewn Antarctic habitat. Gentoos are partial to ice-free areas, including coastal plains, sheltered valleys, and cliffs. They gather in colonies of breeding pairs that can number from a few dozen to many thousands. Gentoo parents, which often form long-lasting bonds, are highly nurturing. At breeding time, both parents will work to build a circular nest of stones, grass, moss, and feathers.

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