Penguins by Bella

Posted: March 2, 2015 in @mochavegan

Penguin info from my little writer.

Mark Phipps


Do you know anything about penguins? Whether or not you do or you don’t, I’m going to tell you about them. The three types I’m telling you about are the Emperor, Chinstrap, and the Baby Blue or Little penguin.

The Emperor penguin is very common to most people. The Emperor penguin can grow to be four feet tall. Like most penguins, this penguin lives in Antarctica.

Similarly, the Chinstrap penguin lives in Antarctica. The penguin’s face is mostly black. The only white part on their face is the chinstrap and eyes. The chinstrap is a white line on the penguin’s chin area. That’s why it’s called a chinstrap. The Chinstrap penguin is known for this mark.

Furthermore, the Baby Blue penguin lives near the near the equator. Only a few of the seventeen species live there. As you could tell in the name, the Baby Blue penguin is a sky blue-like color. This is the only penguin with the blue color.

Last but not least, fluffy little penguins in Antarctica huddle together, wing-to-wing to gain warmth. There could be from two to one-thousand penguins in one warmth huddle. In fact, on the Gallopogos islands, penguins huddle and flap their wings to get cooler.

Well I hope that you know what you need to know about the Emperor, Chinstrap and the Baby Blue penguin, because that’s all I’m going to tell you.

Bella Phipps
age 8

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