Birds of “Octonauts” In Real Life


From an adorable creature down to a vicious predator, you’ll see the side of birds you’ve never seen before. With that, here are the birds of Octonauts in real life!


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THE BIRDS MET BY THE OCTONAUTS

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First, let’s meet Peso’s family, the Penguins. Also, Peso has three more Penguin species that belong to his family tree. They are the Adélie Penguin, Chinstrap Penguin, and the Emperor Penguin. Now, let’s welcome the graceful and elegant Flamingos who enjoy dancing—lastly, the Pelicans were saved by the Octonauts from the sea of rubbish.


THE BIRDS IN REAL LIFE

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If you find Peso adorable, his real-life counterpart is loveable as well. Penguins have notable black fur and white belly, webbed feet, flippers, and yellow-orange beaks. According to the National Geographic website, Penguins can grow up to 16-45 inches and weigh from 2-88 pounds. Now, if you want to know where you can find them, some Penguins can be found in warmer climates, but most of these species reside around Icy Antarctica. Moving on to the Adélie Penguins, though they might appear as adorable as Peso, these Penguin species are known for their selfish and aggressive nature. They’re the kind you don’t want to mess with.

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Now, here are Peso’s cousins, the Chinstrap Penguins. These Penguins got their name because of the black band found on their chins. They are known to dominate the population of the Antarctic. After the Chinstrap Penguins, let’s bow down to the Emperor Penguins. These Penguins are the largest and tallest species as their heights can measure up to 45 inches. Also, they are known to be friendly creatures than the Adélie Penguins.

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After the Penguins, let’s now give the stage to dancing stars, the Flamingos. If you’re wondering why Flamingos dance, we have read from the WWT website that Flamingos have 136 dance combinations that they use to court their mates. If you’re impressed with the Flamingos, then the Pelicans will keep you interested. The Mental Floss website revealed that the Pelican family existed for 30 million years because of a Pelican fossil found in France.


THE BIRDS’ SUPERPOWERS

For this part, let’s see what these extraordinary birds can do. When it comes to diving, who do you think can dive the deepest? If we’re ranking them, the deepest diver is the Emperor Penguins since it can reach 1,850 feet, while the Adélie Penguins bag the second place since it can dive up to 575 feet, for the last place are the Chinstrap Penguins, also known as the shallow divers since they can only reach 230 feet.

Did you know that Flamingos possesses the strongest “friendship power?” They create bonds among other Flamingos and make the relationship last. Lastly, the Pelicans pretty much eat anything that can fit inside their throats. They can eat fish, turtles, crustaceans, amphibians, and other birds.


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References:

https://octonauts.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Birds

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/facts/penguins-1

https://www.wwt.org.uk/news-and-stories/news/why-are-flamingos-pink-and-other-flamingo-questions/

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/515654/10-fun-facts-about-pelicans

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