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Both emperor and adélie penguins depend on sea ice for their main food source - krill. But parts of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean are warming rapidly, which is affecting some of the penguins' feeding grounds. Adopt a penguin for yourself or as a gift for a loved one.

Animal adoptions like yours give a huge boost to our work. They not only help fund projects to monitor penguins and their movements and see how they're being affected by climate change but also fund our other vital work around the world.

Emperor penguins are the largest living penguin and breed the furthest south of any penguin species. Breeding colonies are found around the coast of the entire Antarctic continent. Emperor penguins may be the only bird never to set foot on land as their colonies are on the sea ice and they even breed on frozen sea. To keep warm, up to 5,000 adults and chicks can huddle together, shuffling round so each gets a turn on the outside.

Before even thinking about owning a penguin, you will need a constant supply of fish and possible vitamin supplements. Penguins need to be fed daily and there are not any kennels that are equipped to handle a pet penguin. Around 400 pounds a year in fish per penguin.

You will also need to find a vet who is capable of diagnosing and treating penguins. Before any thought of owning a penguin is considered, make sure to locate a vet who can treat and diagnose a penguin.

To own a penguin legally will require a lot of permits and paperwork, plus you would only be able to obtain a penguin that was born in captivity from a facility holding USDA permits. Like other species of birds, penguins do better in number so you wouldn't want to own 1 or 2 because penguins are social animals.

A: You can purchase English-language books directly from Penguin Publishing Group on this site: For bulk orders, please contact our special sales department and ask to become a vendor (

Dr. Ariana Medizade is a Pharmacist with a background in Neuroscience and Public Health. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Irvine, where her work was published in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease.

Penguins are flightless marine birds and an iconic figure in the avian world. They inhabit every continent within the Southern Hemisphere, from the tropical Galapagos Islands situated near South America where the Galapagos penguin inhabits to Antarctica where the emperor penguin resides in. All penguins belong in family Spheniscidae.

The precise number of species of penguin is a subject of discussion, with estimates ranging from 15 to 19 distinct species. The smallest penguin variety is the Little Blue Penguin of New Zealand and Australia, which stands at 14 inches, and the largest is the Antarctic Emperor Penguin, topping out at an impressive four feet when fully grown. Other varieties include the Adelie, African, Chinstrap, Gento, Galapagos, Humboldt, King, LIttle, Magallanic, Macroni, Rockhopper, Royal, Snares and Yellow-Eyed.

Penguins can spend up to about 75 percent of their lives in water as they conduct all of their hunting in the water and their prey can be found within 60-feet of the water surface, so penguins have no need to swim in the deep waters.

The penguin coloration assists it in hunting seafood like fish and crustaceans since the dark back camouflages these penguins from the predators above, while their white belly makes them less visible to the prey from below.

Most penguin species are endangered and are illegal to purchase or keep as pets in the United States. You can find specific information in regards to the legalities of owning a penguin by going to

The Robo Pen jersey will be worn seven times this season. The original streamlined penguin was introduced as the new logo for the 1992-93 season. The jersey was made famous by Mario Lemieux and Jaromír Jágr throughout the 1990s.

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