Facts About Emperor Penguins And King Penguins (Documentary)
Facts About Emperor Penguins:
Emperors Penguins (Aptenodytes forsteri) are the tallest and largest of all penguins in Antarctica.When winder comes Nearly all creatures leave except for the emperor… Emperor penguins feed chiefly on crustaceans, but they also love fish and squid. An Emperor penguin can achieve a swimming speed up to 19 km/h (12 mph) during short burst. The Emperor Penguin is perhaps best known for the sequence of journeys adults make each year in order to mate and to feed their offspring.
Facts About King Penguins:
The King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) is the second largest species of penguin. King Penguin males are generally taller and weigh more than the females. King penguins have colourful feathers around their necks and heads, with they are the brightest of all the species of penguin. King penguins mainly eat fish and some squid and crustaceans. this British documentary (King peguin 3D) filmed in the Antarctic island of South Georgia. Beautiful scenes wild rugged landscape with mountain ranges, moments of romance and levity along the way…
Facts About Emperor Penguins 3D (Documentary)