What Are Baby Penguins Called?

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A baby penguin is referred to as a 'chick'. A group of penguins are referred to as a 'rookery'. But the male and the females are simply known as the male and female.
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It's usually called a chick or a fledgling. Just think, it's mommy and daddy are dressed up for it's birth since they always have a tuxedo on.
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a penguins young is called a chick
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Baby penguins are called Chicks. Each female penguin can only have one chick in a mating season!!
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Young penquins are refered to as chicks or fledglings. The source includes names of groups, young, and males/females for most animal groups. Source(s): http://dictionary.reference.com
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A baby Penguin is called a chick.
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A baby penguin is referred to as a 'chick'. A group of penguins are referred to as a 'rookery'. But the male and the females are simply known as the male and ...
A group of penguins on land is a waddle. The nesting group is a rookery and a group of babies penguins is a crèche. A group penguin on water is a raft ...
The name for a group of penguins varies based on whether the penguins being described are on land or at sea. "Rookery," "waddle" or "colony ...
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