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no there are many other species of birds in Antarctica

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The emperor penguin is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica.


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The most popular penguin in Antarctica would be the Emporer penguin


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kiwi, penguin and ostrich.



A skua bird eats a penguin


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yes it does fly i think.the only bird that doesn't fly is a ostrich and penguin


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