<p><br> King penguins live on the more temperate islands north of Antarctica. Although their habitat is warmer than that of emperor penguins, king penguins have four layers of feathers and huddle together for warmth.</p>

King Penguins


King penguins live on the more temperate islands north of Antarctica. Although their habitat is warmer than that of emperor penguins, king penguins have four layers of feathers and huddle together for warmth.

Photograph by Maria Stenzel

Penguins

See pictures of emperor penguins, chinstrap penguins, rockhopper penguins, and more in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

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