Your screen is to small to play this fun web game.
Fish Catcher is a fun but simple flash game. Your task is to help the penguin to catch the fish from the river and put it in to the bottle. Best of luck!
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 Fish Catcher game online.
Use mouse to move the penguin and press the mouse to jump the penguin to the river and release the fish. If the penguin try to catch the fish you can move the penguin up and down by mouse move. Try to complete before the time elapses.
According to penguins-world.com penguins eat small fish, some more than others. Only about 4 percent of the chinstrap penguin's diet consists of fish, their diet is mainly composed by Antarctic Krill, siverfish and glacial squid. About 90 percent of an emperor penguin's diet is fish. The little penguins group is made up by the little blue penguin and the northern little penguin. This group mainly feed on fish, squid and other small sea animals, the main difference with other groups is that they are shallow hunters not going deeper than 6 feet.
Penguins are some of the most interesting birds and, while there are many different varieties of penguins, most eat the same things and about 2 pounds of food a day. According to sciencing.com penguins catch and eat fish with powerful beaks and backward-facing barbs of their tongues. Penguins almost never chew their food, as they have no teeth other than these spines used for holding the food in place. This is extremely helpful when catching small foods like krill. To catch krill, a penguin typically jumps or slides into the water, then uses its beak to gather the krill like a net. Penguins get squid to eat less often than either krill or fish because squid don't frequent arctic waters. Penguins swim quickly after the squid, and catch them with their mouth and then the penguin swallows the squid whole.