How Do Penguins Keep Warm?

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Penguins are the most common birds in the Antarctic. They have a thick layer of fat under their skin which provides insulation helping them to keep warm. Their dark coloured feathers absorb heat from the sun, this also helps to keep them warm.
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How Do Penguins Keep Warm?
Penguins have several adaptions that keep them warm in the frozen tundra of the Antarctica. Penguins have a torpedo-shaped body with a large amount of fat below the skin. These birds also have a special circulatory system in their feet and legs to... More »
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A penguin's circulatory system is unique. When the arterial blood flows to the feet, it's cooled by the venous blood returning to the body. It keeps their bodies from losing heat through their feet. They are also protected by their feathers and body fat which manage to keep them warm.
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Penguins have several adaptions that keep them warm in the frozen tundra of the Antarctica. Penguins have a torpedo-shaped body with a large amount of fat below the skin. These birds
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