Is penguin a mammal - Question: What Is The Penguin Species

Emperor penguin

Emperor penguin feathers emerge from the skin after they have grown to a third of their total length, and before old feathers are lost, to help reduce heat loss.

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Major breeding colonies were located at , in , , , and.

This group probably radiated eastwards with the out of the ancestral range of modern penguins throughout the Late Oligocene , starting approximately 28 mya.

They do not belong in the genus Pinguinus, and are not classified in the same family and order as the great auk.

Well no, they are not mammals or amphibians..

Widely distributed in cinemas in 2005, the French documentary La Marche de l'empereur, which was also released with the English title , told the story of the penguins' reproductive cycle.

Their decline and disappearance coincided with the spread of the Squalodontoidea and other primitive, fish-eating , which certainly competed with them for food, and were ultimately more successful.

They evolved from dinosaurs and are the only living descendants of dinosaurs.

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In the 60s TV series, as played by , he was one of the most popular characters, and in 's reimagining of the character in the 1992 film , he employed an actual army of penguins mostly and.

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While the density of contour feathers is approximately 9 per square centimetre 58 per square incha combination of dense afterfeathers and plumules likely play a critical role for insulation.
Female emperors who failed to find a mate to breed with, or have lost their own chick may attempt to adopt a stray chick or steal the chick of another female.

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    Penguins, or Sphenisciformes, are not mammals, but birds. They are different from mammals in that they have feathers instead of hair or fur, and unlike most mammals penguins lay eggs instead of giving live birth. Like all modern birds, penguins don’t have teeth, though most mammals do. They also don’t feed their babies with milk exactly the way mammals do, but more about that later.
    By: ermoon|||||||||
    The right answer is that penguins are not mammals. Mammals are classified as vertebrate of the class Mammalia that nurse their young with milk and give birth to live animals. Penguins don’t do either as they lay eggs and feed their young with regurgitated food such as fish, krill, and squid.
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    Penguins are unique animals in more ways than one. The feathered exterior and beak are akin to birds, but the way they use the water to live and hunt is similar to marine mammals such as seals, walrus, and whales.
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    Penguins ( order Sphenisciformes / sfɪˈnɪsɪfɔːrmiːz /, family Spheniscidae / sfɪˈnɪsɪdiː /) are a group of aquatic flightless birds. They live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere: only one species, the Galápagos penguin, is found at or north of the Equator.
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    are penguins mammals, Penguins are a group of aquatic birds. They live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere, with only one species, the Galápagos pe .
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