Penguins are flightless birds that are perfectly adapted to living in icy conditions.

Emperor penguins are the largest species of penguin, reaching up to 4 feet tall.

Penguins have a unique way of keeping warm by huddling together in groups called "huddles".

The oldest known penguin lived to be 41 years old.

Adélie penguins can swim up to 185 miles in a single trip to find food.

Gentoo penguins are known for their speed and can swim up to 22 miles per hour.

King penguins have distinctive bright orange patches on the sides of their heads.

Humboldt penguins are native to the coasts of Peru and Chile and are named after the Humboldt Current.

African penguins are also known as "jackass penguins" because of their threatening call.

Some penguin species, such as the Galapagos penguin, live in warm climates and have evolved to cope with the heat.