Emperor penguin--they are the largest species of penguins
King penguin --choose to pick flat sandy beaches to land on to come ashore.
Blackfooted penguin--also called African penguin. Stand over 18 inches tall and weigh around 7.5 pounds.
Galopagos penguin--They weigh about 5 pounds and live in the Galapagos Islands where they stay all year.
Magellanic penguin--is 18-22inches, 10-11 pounds. Have two bands around their neck.
Humboldt penguin--lives mainly in Peru and Chile and have only one band around their neck.
Little Blue penguin--smallest penguin, weighing around 2 pounds and 10 inches tall. They have a reflective blue feather coat.
Chinstrap penguin-- live in the subantarctic regions. A thin black band runs from one side of it's head to the other and under it's chin.
Adelie penguin--adelie penguins swim in the water by jumping and leaping rapidly.
Gentoos penguin-- Gentoos are the third largest penguins. They are 24 inches long and weigh 10-13 pounds.
Macaroni penguin--bright orange crests that form on the centerline. They live in the Antarctic region.
Erect-crested penguin--most rarest penguin. They have erect, yellow crests going up on the side of their head from their bill.
Rock Hopper penguin--is the only penguins that jump in the water feet first. Adult penguins are12-15 inches and 4-6 pounds.
Fiordland penguins--weigh about 3.5 kilograms and are 50 cm. tall. Fur seals and large fish eat them.
Snares penguin--don't have the tufts of white feathers on their cheeks, their cheecks are black. They stay primarily on the Snares Island.
Yellow eyed penguin--their heads and eyes are yellow and are bigger than most penguins weighing around 11 pounds and standing around 21 inches.
Albatross--relative of the penguin
Shearwater--- relative of the penguin