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  • Slide 1 - Emperor penguin migration By: Patrick Fitzgerald
  • Slide 2 - Emperor Penguin Facts Largest of all penguins. Male penguins don’t eat while taking care of newly hatched chick. In early spring egg will hatch. Its diet consists of fish, krill, and squids. Uses calls do identify each other.
  • Slide 3 - Migration When penguins migrate they go from the ocean side to the mainland. They travel in circles and take turns going into the middle where it is warmer. They either slide on their tummies or waddle.
  • Slide 4 - Migration Route
  • Slide 5 - Why do they migrate? Penguins migrate for many reasons, primarily for their young. Penguins go from the ocean side to the mainland because the ice is thicker and the young won’t fall through the ice as easily. There are better chances for the young to survive in the mainland because they are less predators.
  • Slide 6 - Problems with Migration Some problems for penguins migrating is food supply. When penguins migrate into the mainland there is no water for them to get food. The father and mother take turns going to the water getting food and then coming back and regurgitate it for their chicks. This cycle repeats 6 times!
  • Slide 7 - How They Migrate The migrate in colonies They move on the bellies or they waddle They go in circles and take turns going into the middle where it is the warmest
  • Slide 8 - The End

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