Penguins By Cassandra Rocco Click here to go to next slide
Penguins Are Birds • Yet, unlike most birds, penguins cannot fly! • Their bodies are shaped like torpedoes which makes them most efficient in the water. • Penguins spend as much as 75% of their time in the water searching for food. Click here to go to next slide
Living In Freezing Weather • Penguins are warm-blooded just like humans. • So that they can stay warm, they have a layer of fat under their skin called blubber. Click here to go to next slide
Protection from Enemies • Penguins are food for many marine animals. • Their white bellies help them to blend in with the snow and reflect sunlight so they cannot be easily spotted. Click here to go to next slide
Ready For A QuizWhat Keeps Penguins Warm In The Cold Weather? • Their white bellies • Their blubber under their skin • Their torpedo shaped bodies
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