What ways do penguin use their flippers?
Penguins flap their flippers to swim underwater, like birds flap their wings to fly through the air. They paddle with their webbed feet when floating on the surface.
A penguin's flippers give them an advantage of speed and agility in the water.
A penguin has wings that look like flippers. Penguins (several species) use their flippers to swim under water.
The penguin is the one that have flippers
They use their webbed feet for walking and flippers for swimming.
No. They actually have flippers
The best penguin names are peckers, flippers, anything.
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The wings of a penguin are actually called flippers. They use them to swim and propel themselves through water. Penguins can not fly.
Birds swim in different ways. Ducks use their paddle shaped feet to swim. Penguins use their modified wings as flippers.
A penguin is a water bird that can't fly. It has webbed feet and wings that look like flippers. It uses its wing flippers for underwater swimming. Many penguins live in the icy waters in or near Antarctica.
some of the special features of the penguin is it slides on its stomach, its flippers, and its webbed feet
They manoeuvre by waddling with their flippers.
A big, huge, dick. Floppy flippers, and a big ballsack.
flippers and webbed feet so they can swim
On land they waddle. In the water they swim using their wings like flippers.
Their hind flippers are for propelling them and their front flippers are for steering.
Penguin flippers and bat wings have evolved independently from one another. If it was another bird with the penguin, their wings would be homologous traits since all birds have wings, but not all mammals have wings. Therefore these two traits are analogous since they are similar to one another but bat wings evolved independently.
Whales use their flippers to assist them in swimming such as for example they help them out with steering as well as with acrobatic stunts.
There are no swimming events that allow the use of fins and flippers.
yes BECAUSE I LOVE FLIPPERS
Flippers are vital, that is what they use to swim and crawl on land.
No, the word 'flippers' is a noun, the plural form of the noun 'flipper'. a word for a broad flat limb specially adapted for swimming; a paddle like device worn on the feet for swimming; a pivotal device on a machine that knocks objects in a desired direction; a word for a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of… Read More
Yes the penguin is classified as a bird. However, it is a flightless bird. In other words, a bird that cannot fly. They have flippers that seem like wings for water not air. Yes, a penguin is a bird.
A Penguin will carry the egg on top of its flippers (feet) to protect if from the ice.
Yes, a penguin is flightless. Similar to other flightless birds like the ostrich, they lack proper flying anatomy. They have flippers that allow them to swim instead.
because a flamingo has wings and it stands on 1 leg when it grooms it self and the penguin comes from the Antarctic and it's only got flippers
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The penguin uses its beak to catch fish. It also uses its vestigial wings as flippers, making it a very fast and agile swimmer.
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A penguin does not have wings like other birds. Instead, they have flippers, with massive, short and flattened. Bones. For a penguin the wing-beat in the water is similar to those by flying birds.
They use their Back tail flippers, moving it up and down. I think they also use their fins/flippers.. I dont know
Despite what you may have seen in theatres, penguins do not actually use their flippers to tap dance - they mostly serve as propellers when they're in the water. They also use them to shuffle around on land.
Seals use their fore flippers to provide propulsion, but not constantly. The hind flippers are used as stabilizers and for steering.
Penguins, like all birds, have wings. The difference is that these wings help them swim, not fly. Some sources state that the wings are vestigial, meaning they have become useless for any purpose. This is not the case, as the penguin uses its wings as flippers. Nonetheless, as birds have wings, and penguins are birds, then the logical outcome is that penguins have wings; they are not flippers.
Penguins have poison that ejects from their flippers when they sense danger. It comes out in such a rapid motion that the penguin itself will be blasted many feet into the are, propelled quickly away from danger.
On one of the missons you can only use the penguin run ski path and there are a bunch of drecstions whice are all the ways for going down it on club penguin?
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penguins could never actually fly their flippers, what some people call wings, are used for swimming.
They have waterproof fur to keep them worm in frigid waters. Flippers help them swim through the water fast
flippers and tail and body
Manoeuvring while swimming
Penguins feet are called 'Flippers'.Penguins use them to swim with in the water.They cant freeze even though they they are always in the cold.The system that stops a penguin's feet from freezing is very elaborate and sophisticated and employs two mechanisms.
One might use flippers or goggles when swimming.
Whales use their tails, along with their flippers, to swim.
birds with flippers are most often adapted for water some of these birds that fit in these orders are... anseriformes, this is the duck, goose and swan order but it does include some strange faimilys in this order charadriiformes, this is the seagull and auk order shpenisciformes, this is the penguin order their are other individual birds with flippers wich belong to orders other than this but these are the main orders.
The bird family. Its "wings" evolved into flippers to better suit it for its lifestyle. All other members if the bird family have wings.
They use them for steering itself through water, along with the tail.
flippers to steer themselves underwater