Why Do Penguins Have Wings?

Although penguins cannot fly or launch themselves off the ground, their wings enable them to effortlessly

"fly" across the water where they may hunt fish and avoid predators. Penguins are among the animal

kingdom's greatest swimmers, and if it weren't for their wings, they would probably perish at the

hands of their many predators. Their wings function as a rudder to assist them navigate the water

by moving like flippers. With the aid of their wings, penguins can change directions quite quickly. Penguins can

easily and quickly cut through the water at speeds of up to 30 km/h because to their well-developed wings.

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