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50 Ways in Which Seals and Penguins Differ

Penguins have black feathers

Penguins have black feathers. This is a well-known fact, but the question is why do they have black feathers?

If you are looking for answers to this question, we can find them on the internet. There are several theories that try to answer this question. Some of these include:

1) Penguins are black because they live in dark places.

2) Penguins have dark skin which makes it difficult for them to get enough sunlight and they need darker feathers to absorb more light.

3) Penguins may be born with their color and their feathers grow darker over time.

Seals have whiskers at the back of their head that helps them detect prey

The most noticeable difference between seals and other animals is the facial whiskers on their snouts. The whiskers are used to detect prey, which is a big part of their diet.

Seals only live in the Arctic and Antarctica

Seals only live in the Arctic and Antarctica. They are not found in temperate areas. This is because they need to be able to come up with a way to keep warm in order to survive.

Seals are mammals and, like other mammals, they have fur that keeps them warm and protected from the harsh climate of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. In particular, their dense fur traps air close to their skin which can then be used for heat production when seals dive into water or snow.

Penguins are home to King Penguins who are the largest of all penguins; they can be up to 1.28m in height

Penguins make nests by digging holes in ice or snow with their wings and feet; they usually lay two eggs but sometimes three or four depending on how much space they need. They will share duties with their partner during incubation as well as raising their chicks together after hatching. The male then becomes

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