What Do You Call a Group of Penguins?


A group of penguins is known as a colony, a rookery or a waddle (when the penguins are on land). The term raft is used to refer to a group of penguins floating in the ocean.
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A group of Penguins is called a colony.
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Penguins have pretty simple names. They are referred to as either a male, female, or chick. If they are traveling in a group, they are called a rookery.
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