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  • Gentoo Penguin
    Gentoo Penguin

    Gentoo Penguin, Pygoscelis papua, easily recognized by the wide white stripe extending like a bonnet across the top of its head

  • gentoo penguin
    gentoo penguin

    Gentoo Penguin, Pygoscelis papua, easily recognised by the wide white stripe extending like a bonnet across the top of its head

  • Palaeospheniscus
    Palaeospheniscus

    Palaeospheniscus, an extinct genus of penguins which contains three species at present

  • Pygoscelis
    Pygoscelis

    Pygoscelis, the taxon, a type of animal

  • Inkayacu
    Inkayacu

    Inkayacu, an extinct genus of penguin

  • Paraptenodytes
    Paraptenodytes

    Paraptenodytes, an extinct genus of penguins which contains two or three species sized between a Magellanic Penguin and an Emperor Penguin

  • Palaeeudyptinae
    Palaeeudyptinae

    New Zealand Giant Penguins, Palaeeudyptinae, an extinct subfamily of penguins

  • Anthropornis
    Anthropornis

    Anthropornis, a genus of giant penguin that lived 45–37 million years ago, during the Late Eocene and the earliest part of the Oligocene

  • Eudyptes
    Eudyptes

    genus Eudyptes, containing six living species of penguins collectively known as crested penguins

  • Eudyptula
    Eudyptula

    genus Eudyptula, containing two species of penguin

  • Roy and Silo
    Roy and Silo

    Roy and Silo (born 1987), Chinstrap Penguins who, the same sex male pair in New York City's Central Park Zoo

  • Aptenodytes
    Aptenodytes

    genus Aptenodytes, containing two extant species of penguins collectively known as "the great penguins"

  • Anthropornis nordenskjoeldi
    Anthropornis nordenskjoeldi

    Anthropornis nordenskjoeldi, or Nordenskjoeld's Giant Penguin, a penguin species that lived 45–37 million years ago, during the Late Eocene and the earliest part of the Oligocene

  • Banded penguin
    Banded penguin

    banded penguins, a penguins of the Spheniscus genus

  • Waimanu
    Waimanu

    Waimanu, a genus of early penguin which lived soon after the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event

  • Waimanu
    Waimanu

    Waimanu, a genus of early penguin which lived soon after the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event

  • Spheniscus
    Spheniscus

    genus Spheniscus, containing four living species of penguins collectively known as "the banded penguins", due to their similar coloration

  • Crested penguin
    Crested penguin

    term crested penguin, a name given to several species of penguin of the genus Eudyptes

  • Pierre, an aged African Penguin (Spheniscus demersus), the first penguin (and likely the first bird) to have bald spots restored, kept at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco

  • extinct penguin genus Pseudaptenodytes, containing the type species P. macraei; smaller bones have been assigned to P. minor, although it, not certain whether they

  • Penguin sweater (Penguin sweaters, also known as penguin jumpers, sweaters which are knitted for penguins that have been caught in oil slicks)

  • Kaiika, an extinct genus of basal penguin from Early Eocene deposits of South Canterbury, New Zealand

  • Penguins, popular around the world primarily for their unusually upright, waddling pace, their magnificent swimming ability, and lack of fear toward humans

  • Chatham Penguin, a species of penguin, now extinct

  • Aptenodytes ridgeni, occasionally called Ridgen's Penguin, an extinct species of penguin from the Early Pliocene of New Zealand

  • Penguins, popular around the world for their unusually upright, waddling gait, their cuteness, their magnificent swimming ability and their lack of fear toward humans

  • Inguza predemersus, an extinct species of penguin

  • Megadyptes, a genus of penguin which, consisting of two species, Megadyptes antipodes and the extinct Megadyptes waitaha

  • Kairuku grebneffi, an extinct species of Giant Penguin

  • Kairuku, an extinct genus of penguin

  • Palaeoapterodytes ictus, an extinct species of penguin from the late Oligocene or early Miocene of Argentina, an only member of its genus

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