It takes a special animal to survive the subzero temperatures found at the South Pole. Emperor penguins are the largest living penguins. They use their size to help them survive in Antarctica, one of the coldest place on Earth. With the help of vibrant photographs and simple text, readers will examine how the emperor penguin's life cycle, body structure, and behaviors have adapted to its challenging environment. A follow-up activity encourages readers to use what they've learned to create food webs based on these cool creatures.
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