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This article includes some quite detailed information on the adaptations of Antarctic penguins. It is published by the American Museum of Natural History, Rice University, and the Education Development Company, Inc.
Emperor Penguins in Antarctica
Interactive map of Antarctic Penguins
Click on this map to find information about the penguins of Antarctica and the habitats they live in on the PBS Nature website.
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This illustrated guide to penguins includes profiles of emperor penguins, king penguins, adelie penguins, chinstraps and gentoos, rockhopper penguins, macaroni and royal penguins, fjordland snares island and erect-crested penguins, yellow-eyed penguins and jackass penguins. - Blackwell UK
Published: Original issued as a motion picture in 2005
In the Antarctic, every March since the beginning of time, the quest begins to find the perfect mate and start a family. This courtship will begin with a long journey - a journey that will take them hundreds of miles across the continent by foot, one by one in a single file. They will endure freezing temperatures, in brittle, icy winds and through deep, treacherous waters. They will risk starvation and attack by dangerous predators, under the harshest conditions on earth, all to find true love.
A well-illustrated classic study of penguins, now revised and expanded to include the latest facts and statistics on all aspects of their biology, habitat, predation, as well as the effects of climate change. - Blackwell UK