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Penguin Facts for Kids

Penguins are birds heaving white and black color feathers. In spite of having feathers, they are unable to fly. Penguins can spend more than half of their time in the water. Their wings help them to swim. Their wings flip so well underwater. It looks like a bird is flying underwater. Penguins are great swimmers. What Make Penguin Lovable? The penguins look very attractive. Children love their activities. They found it very funny. They are amazed at the Penguins' waddling gait of walking with short steps and sliding on ice. Habitant All penguins live in the southern hemisphere. Penguins can live from the freezing continent of Antarctica to South Africa, Australia, and the Subantarctic Islands. They can live in extremely cold climates. Penguin's Food Penguins eat a range of fish and other sea life that they catch underwater. Penguins eat a variety of sea life like fishes, octopus, Krill, silverfish, glacial squid, etc. 10 Facts About Penguin 1.

Earth's Seven Continents

The pictures from the satellite prove that the earth's surface approximately 70% is covered with oceans. The remaining 30-29% of the earth's surface is covered by land. The earth's land is divided into seven parts. Each part of the land is known as a continent. Hence there are seven continents in the world. World's 7 Continents  1) Asia Asia is the biggest mainland. It has the greatest land territory and the world's greatest populace. This implies the vast majority live on the Asian landmass. Asia is made up of 48 countries. Some of the largest countries in the world by area are located in Asia. The world’s biggest country, Russia. The Maldives, a small island country is Asia’s smallest country, The top five countries with the largest population in Asia, arranged from largest to smallest, are China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. 2) Africa Africa is the mainland that has the most nations. There are 54 nations on the African landmass. As the