The Galápagos penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus) is a penguin endemic to the Galápagos Islands. It is the only penguin that lives north of the equator in the wild.
Galapagos Penguin Spheniscus mendiculus Introduction to Galapagos Penguin. The third smallest species of penguin in the world is the Galapagos Penguin.
Photography by Surtrek Tour Operator. Galapagos Penguin – Spheniscus mendiculus. Classified as one of the smaller species of penguins, the Galapagos are quite ...
Identification: They are the smallest of the Spheniscus penguins. Distinguished by their relatively large bill and narrow white line around the face.
Galapagos Penguin juvenile (Spheniscus mendiculus), Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Image taken by Clark Anderson/Aquaimages.
Main Characteristics Galapagos Penguins are the smallest South American penguin. They are approximately 50 cms (19.6 inches) in height and they weigh approximately 2 ...
The Galápagos penguin is the only species found north of the equator and in the Galápagos. Learn about the penguins, as well as the threats they face, what WWF is ...
Galapagos Penguin Facts for Kids. Penguins are at home in the cold waters of the Antarctic, in the land of ice and snow. You would never expect to see a penguin ...
The Galapagos penguin displays a great number of unique behavioural adaptations that allow it to inhabit the Galapagos Islands and keep cool on land.
The Galapagos penguin is the third smallest species of penguin in the world and is the most distinctive as it lives further north than any other penguin species.