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Penguin

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Penguins (order Sphenisciformes, family Spheniscidae) are a group of aquatic, flightless birds ... 2.1 Living species and recent extinctions; 2.2 Fossil genera; 2.3 Taxonomy; 2.4 Evolution. 2.4.1 Th...

PENGUINS - Scientific Classification - Sea World

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PENGUINS - Scientific Classification...Discover animal, environmental, and zoological career facts as you explore in-depth topic coverage via SeaWorld, Busch ...

Pinguins info - penguin - information taxonomy about penguins

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Order : Sphenisciformes, This includes all living and extinct penguins. Family: Spheniscidae, It is the only family classification in the order Sphenisciformes.

Aptenodytes forsteri - Integrated Taxonomic Information System

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Taxonomy and Nomenclature ... Family, Spheniscidae Bonaparte, 1831 – Penguins ... Species, Aptenodytes forsteri G. R. Gray, 1844 – Emperor Penguin ...

The penguin genus: Aptenodytes - Penguin World

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The genus Aptenodytes, which consists of the Emperor and King Penguins, differs in many respects from the other living penguins. Apart from their outstanding ...

Penguin Facts: Species & Habitat - Live Science

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Sep 22, 2014 ... Penguins are torpedo-shaped, flightless birds that live in the southern ... Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), there are 19 species of penguin.

Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) - Animals - A-Z Animals ...

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Emperor Penguin Classification and EvolutionThe Emperor Penguin is found on and around the Antarctic continent and is not just the largest species of penguin ...

penguin | bird order | Britannica.com

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Dec 30, 2015 ... The majority of the 18 species live not in Antarctica but rather between latitudes 45° and 60° S, where they breed on islands. A few penguins ...

Eudyptula minor (Blue Penguin, Fairy Penguin, Little Penguin)

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Scientific Name: Eudyptula minor ... English, –, Little Penguin, Fairy Penguin, Blue Penguin ... For these reasons the species is evaluated as Least Concern.

Cultural History - Taxonomy & History - African Penguin (Spheniscus ...

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San Diego Zoo Global Library fact sheet for the African penguin, Spheniscus demersus Classification, nomenclature, taxonomic & evolutionary history, cultural  ...

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The Penguin is a member of the family Spheniscidae.
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Sphenisciformes Family: Spheniscidae
This family includes 17 species, placed into six genera. Members of the order are commonly known as penguins, and are oceanic or coastal denizens.
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Animal Bytes - Penguins - Sea World

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SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION ... INCUBATION: In most species of penguins, both the male and female parent takes turns incubating the egg. In emperor ...

What is the taxonomy of the penguins?

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The most up to date classification is that given by ITIS, the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, however, most penguin textbooks give a different version.

Classification - BioWeb Home

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-Includes all living and extinct penguins -The only family in the order, Sphenisciformes. Genus: Aptenodytes -"Featherless diver" -Includes the Emperor and King ...