The penguins can dive in water at speeds of between 6 and 12 km / h, although there are reports of up to 27 km / h (this can happen when they are jerked). I often get attacked). Small penguins do not dive deeply and only hunt for prey near the water and only dive for about 1-2 minutes. Large penguins can dive as deep as needed. The record for deep diving for the great emperor penguins has been recorded to a depth of 565 m (1,870 ft) and lasted up to 20 minutes.
The penguins can waddle on two feet or slide on their belly along the snow, a movement called “skating”, which allows them to save energy while still being able to move relatively. fast.
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