Emperor penguins are very social animals, and they use their large numbers to help one another. For example, emperor penguins huddle together to combat the cold temperature of their incredibly harsh environment. Once an individual penguin has warmed up enough, it will move to the outside of the group so other penguins have the opportunity to temporarily avoid the frigid, whipping winds of Antarctica.
Endemic only to the cold wilderness of Antarctica, the emperor penguin is the largest penguin species on planet Earth. Males and females are similar in size, and can grow to be around 4 feet tall and weigh over 100 pounds.
Scientific Name: Aptenodytes forsteri
Characteristics: Did you know that emperor penguins can dive to depths of nearly 1,000 feet and can hold their breath for over 15 minutes? Learn more astounding facts about this amazing avian animal with this beautifully hand painted and life-like model!
Size and Color: 3.3 inches tall and 2 inches long, this model is the size of a deck of cards stood on its side. Emperor penguins are arguably the most visually iconic penguin species, and have starkly contrasting black and white plumage with yellowish-orange necks
The emperor penguin is part of the Wild Safari® Sea Life collection.
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