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Monogamous: Breeding with only one other penguin.
Forage: Hunting or looking food.
Mesoptile Plumage: An outer layer found on the penguin 24 days after it hatches. Used to keep the penguin warm.
Crèches: Colonies formed by the young penguins, (for warmth), when the parents are away at sea.
Bobbagoning: A way of transportation used by the penguins' to get from one place to another. They fall flat on their bellies, mimicking a sled, and slide across the surface of the ice.
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