Your screen is to small to play this fun penguin game.
In the Egg Defender game you need to keep your egg warm by sitting on it in the nest. If you sit on it for long enough, it will hatch. In this free online game you need to be careful as the ocean is full of dangerous creatures. Survive long enough for your egg to hatch into a fuzzy little polar bear snack. Your egg is depending on you. Have fun!
Do you think penguins are cute, and do you also like to play a fun online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Egg Defender game online.
Use your arrow keys to move and push the spacebar to slide when you play this free online game.
Penguins are torpedo-shaped, flightless birds that live in the southern regions of the Earth. According to LiveScience.com there are manby fun penguin egg facts to learn. After mating, the female emperor or king penguin will lay a single egg. All other species of penguins lay two eggs. The two parents will take turns holding the eggs between their legs for warmth in a nest. The one exception is the emperor penguin. The female of this species will place the egg on the male's feet to keep warm in his fat folds while she goes out and hunts for several weeks. When penguin chicks are ready to hatch, they use their beaks to break through the shell of their eggs. This process can take up to three days.
Penguins are some of the most recognizable and beloved birds in the world, often found in zoos, aquariums and marine parks worldwide. They are also some of the most unique and amazing birds because of their physical adaptations to survive in unusual climates and to live mostly at sea. Penguins are primarily found only in the Southern Hemisphere. While most people associate penguins with Antarctica, they are much more widespread and penguin populations can also be found in South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, as well as many small islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. Penguins lost the ability to fly millions of years ago, but their powerful flippers and streamlined bodies make them very accomplished swimmers. While swimming, penguins will leap in shallow arcs above the surface of the water, a practice called porpoising. Another fun fact is that penguins are highly social, colonial birds that form breeding colonies numbering in the tens of thousands. They may use the same nesting grounds for thousands of years and the largest colonies can number in the millions. Depending on the species, a wild penguin can live 15-20 years. During that time, they spend up to 75 percent of their lives at sea.