Do Penguins Lay Eggs?
Penguins are a group flightless birds whose are living in the southern hemisphere, but you can find a larger number of Penguins in Antarctica. Penguins for the most part breed in large colonies with 100 pairs for Gentoo Penguins. The Penguins are so gentle. The Penguins of monogamous pairs for a breeding season, though the rate the same pair recouples varies drastically. Most penguins lay two eggs in a clutch, although the two largest species, the Emperor and the King Penguins, lay only one.With the exception of the Emperor Penguin, in all penguins share the incubation duties.These incubation shifts can last days and even weeks as one member of the pair feeds at sea. All penguins share the incubation duties with the expection of of the Emperor Penguin. These incubation shifts can last days and even weeks as one member of the pair feeds at sea. Penguins generally only lay one brood; the exception is the Little Penguin which can raise two or three broods in a season. The Penguin eggs are