The Penguin Breakthrough group has been researching different species of penguins. Here are our reports about the different species of penguins that we researched. Little Penguins
Little penguin is the name of a species of a penguin. They lay 567 eggs in a week. They live in New Zealand and Australia. They mostly eat fish. They live in warm places.
Adelie penguins live in Antarctica. They also lay thousands of eggs. They eat herbivours, zoo plankton, krill and many kinds of fish. They look like a normal penguins, white with a black tummy. They are very cute.
Royal penguins waddle on ice. They eat fish and krill. They can fly underwater.
It is amazing! They are black and white and on top they have a little bit of yellow.
They look cool, cute and gorgeous. Royal penguins have yellow feet. And they have a
little bit of orange on their feet. Royal penguins have flat feet and they look really small. They have lot's of feathers on their body and their head. They live in New Zealand, Australia, Antartica and the North Pole. Royal penguins are also scared of seals.
A king penguin can waddle on ice. There is 4.5 million King penguins. A king penguin is also a type of bird.They are black and white. They have flat feet. King penguins have orange feet. They are big like a big penguin. They live in New Zealand and Australia they are really cute.They live on ice in Africa.