penguins

We have selected Seaworld Parks & Entertainment as the world's very best website on Penguins.

Seaworld Parks & Entertainment operates several sea parks across the USA, including parks at Orland, San Antonio, and Williamsburg.

The Seaworld Parks & Entertainment website contains a wealth of information on aquatic animals, including Animal InfoBooks, Animal Sounds, and Ecosystem InfoBooks. The section of Penguins covers Scientific Classification of Penguins, Habitat & Distribution, Physical Characteristics, Senses, Adaptations, Penguin Behaviour, Diet, Reproduction, Hatching and Care of the Young, and Penguin Longevity and Causes of Death. There is also a section on Penguin research. 

Click here for the Penguin section ofthe Seaworld Parks & Entertainment website is here: https://seaworld.org/en/animal-info/animal-infobooks/penguin

 

 

 

e Animal Diversity Web website is an online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology, published by the University of Michigan, USA. The website contains thousands of species accounts about individual animal species; these include text, pictures, photographs, movies of specimens, and sound recordings. 

The Animal Diversity Website includes a section on the Aardvark, or Orycteropus Afer, which is one of the Grzimek mammals. This contains a general article on the Aardvark, covering: Geographic Range, Habitat, Physical Description of the Aardvark, Reproduction, Aardvark Behaviour, Aardvark Food Habits, Economic Importance of the Aardvark for Humans, and Aardvark Conservation Status.
 
There are also sections on Aardvark Pictures, Aardvark Specimens (including photographs of Aardvark bones), and Classification of the Aardvark. The website explains that Aardvarks have the appearance of a pig with a long snout. Aardvarks have thick skin, which is a dull yellow gray, and has sparse hairs. Part of the aardvark's ear can fold back to protect the ears while burrowing. The aardvark's tongue is tapered. 

Click here for the Animal Diversity Web website:  http://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Tubulidentata/