What helps a penguins to move in the water?
penguins streamlined body shape allows them to move quickly through water.
They move in the water like birds move in the air, a sort of flying through the water.
Penguins move slow on land but under water they move fast
they actually walk normally for penguins, part of the reason is because they are adapted to move fast in water
emperor penguins move in land by waddling and in whater swiming like a rocket Emperor penguins move in two ways. 1. In the water, they swim quite fast by using their wings as flippers and kicking their feet. 2. On land they waddle because they have no knees and sometimes they slide on their bellies as if riding in a sled.
The blubber helps keep penguins warm during the winter and the cold water.
Emperor Penguins swim as 25 miles per hr. or faster. And zig - zaging also helps the Emperor Penguin move faster.
The torpedo-shaped bodies of the penguins are designed to help them move efficiently through the water. Their webbed feet help them steer under water and their wings help the swim. The eyes of Humboldt penguins are designed to get them adapted to the ocean colors. Their eyes are more sensitive to green, violet and blue colors. More to it, their eyes have a second transparent eyelid designed to help them â??googleâ?? underwater. They also have… Read More
penguins live in icy lands.they move by moving their feets a little
Everything pretty much, Water, people, wheelchairs, muscles... Our heart helps us move it never stops beating. Our bodies are designed to move.
Because it helps them move through the water faster. Further information: Penguins spend much of their time in the sea, which is their source of food. Flippers are needed to enable them to swim, in order to catch their food. Penguins' wing bones are fused straight, rather than angled like a flying bird's, and this has the effect of making the wing rigid and powerful, like a flipper. The small wings and a streamlined body… Read More
no penguins have thick fur that helps them be warm............
It helps move from different levels of water
their are tubes all around insid a leaf that helps move food and water around
No penguins can sleep on water.
penguins move because they are animals!
Capillary action, transpiration, and root pressure move water up through the plant.
Penguins have a thick layer of fat underneath the skin which helps to store energy. This thick layer of fat also insulates them. Penguin feathers are also specially designed. They are short and have an under-layer of fine woolly down, and easily shed water - a useful characteristic given that penguins spend up to 75% of their time in the water. Penguin feathers are shaped to overlap, enabling better streamlining for penguins when they are… Read More
Winds, gravity, plates.
Cohesion force among water molecules and transpiration pull.
No! Many penguins live in hot places like male emperor penguins! Hope this helps.
they move by waddling around and sliding on their bellies
I like to move it move it!
Penguins live on land but they can swim in water.
penguins live in the deep end of bodies of water.
the thin width helps it slice through the water quickly, and it also thin tail helps it propell itself through the water
It helps the dolphin move or swim throughout the water.
When swimming- it helps to move more swiftly in the water.
by using flippers modified forelimbs
They only move around on the beaches, close to open water. However, in winter, penguin colonies on land can exist a long way away from open water, because the sea ice freezes, essentially doubling the size of the Antarctic continent. An emperor penguin, for example, may walk 150 Km to open water in the early spring. The best description for the way penguins move on land is this: they waddle. Their legs are extremely short… Read More
chinstrap penguins do not go in water as for as i no I'm in grade six and we learned about the penguins but it did not say?
They walk (sort of waddle) They may slide on their tummies for short distances. But they do not (and cannot) fly.
no, penguins live above water. but the females live under water in the winter.
yes they do move place by place
It helps to understand WHY water with impurities is a good conductor. The reason is because, if the impurities contain ions (as is usually the case), those are relatively free to move within the water. In the case of ice, the ions would be trapped, and can't move easily.
They push one of the penguins standing in front into the water
Penguins swim and fish in the sea so they swim in salt water
Penguins need water because they can't fly. Most birds get food by flying, but penguins; bodies weren't developed for flying. Therefore, they got their food from the water.
Transport tissue helps move water throughout the whole plant.
"this property of water helps move substances from the roots of trees to their leaves"
Propeller is the word you seek.
Emperor penguins -- like all penguins -- are aqua-dynamic, meaning that once under water, the animals propel themselves using their tails and flippers, and some move at astonishing speeds. They can swim up to about 15 miles per hour (24Km/hr), which is about as fast as the fastest human runner can run.
Since penguins cannot drink the salt water where they live, they obtain most of their water needs from the fish they eat.
Penguins live on land.
Most penguins drink water... A king penguin drinks water too
they go on the floor and move