Recent Examples of penguin from the Web
Then, on Rachel Lindsay's season, Matt Munson wore a penguin suit.
Ticket includes penguin encounter, food tastings and admission to aquarium.
The penguins are seen on video walking up to the camera, then looking down at it and inspecting it cautiously, for a while, offering viewers a rare closeup.
This means the penguins are traveling farther and farther from their nests, and their hungry offspring, in order to hunt.
Snorkel beside the gigantic Galápagos tortoise in Loberia Grande and check in on the Galápagos penguin by boat through the islets of Tintoreras.
Lana Vanagasem, manager of penguins, sea otters and dogs at the Shedd Aquarium, is one of six to eight animal care experts on a rotating schedule who provided care and attention 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to the sea otter pup.
These penguins, unlike their emperor penguins relatives, live and breed on ice-free islands.
The 42-year-old actor was brought along on a mission that revolved around forming a 1.8 million square km sanctuary to protect whales, penguins and other Antarctic wildlife.
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Origin and Etymology of penguin
First Known Use: 1577See Words from the same year
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Definition of penguin for English Language Learners
: a black-and-white bird that cannot fly, that uses its wings for swimming, and that lives in or near the Antarctic
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