This jigsaw puzzle features two grown Emperor penguins and a baby Emperor penguin, standing on an ice shelf. Emperor Penguins were first discovered by George Robert Gray in 1844. These penguins are the tallest and heaviest of all penguins, and are native to Antarctica. Besides their size, they are easy to recognize by their pretty yellow plumage around their necks. Emperor Penguins eat mostly fish, but will also eat kill and squid. They can stay underwater for eighteen minutes, and can dive down over one thousand feet deep! They use their wings to propel themselves through the water, and, like other penguins, usually mate for life.
Jigsaw puzzle subject image credit: Special thanks to Anne Fröhlich for making the photograph used for this jigsaw puzzle available through the Creative Commons Attribution NoDerivs license. Visit Anne Fröhlich's Flickr photostream.
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Category: Other Animals