How do Penguins Reproduce?


Penguins reproduce sexually. They each have a cloaca which is a sexual and excretory opening in their body. The male mounts the female and passes sperm to her. Once fertilized, she will lay one to two eggs which the couple take care of incubating
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We all have an image of penguins gliding on ice at the South Pole -- images that come from childhood. But contrary to popular belief penguins live beyond Antarctica, and can be found in New Zealand, southern Africa, and South America. While some... More »
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