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Giant Penguin (Icadyptes) - About.com Prehistoric Birds
A relatively recent addition to the prehistoric bird roster, Icadyptes, aka the Giant Penguin, was "diagnosed" in 2007 based on a single, well-preserved fossil.
Kairuku - About.com Prehistoric Birds
And yes, in case you were curious, Kairuku was even bigger than the so-called Giant Penguin, Icadyptes, which lived a few million years earlier in South ...
Inkayacu - About.com Prehistoric Birds
Inkayacu isn't the first plus-sized prehistoric penguin to have been discovered in modern-day Peru; that honor belongs to Icadyptes, also known as the Giant ...
Waimanu - About.com Prehistoric Birds
The Giant Penguin (also known as Icadyptes) gets all the press, but the fact is that this 40-million-year-old waddler was far from the first penguin in the geologic ...
Prehistoric Birds A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
A lesser-known cousin of New Zealand's giant moas. Share ... Andalgalornis · This "terror bird" hatcheted prey with its giant beak. Share. penguin - ...
Anthropornis - About.com Prehistoric Birds
(In this respect, this "human bird" was bigger even than the putative Giant Penguin, Icadyptes, and other plus-sized prehistoric penguin species like Inkayacu.) ...
Copepteryx - About.com Prehistoric Birds
The Japanese Copepteryx seems to have gone extinct at about the same time ( 23 million years ago) as the true giant penguins of the southern hemisphere, ...
Threats to Penguins and Penguin Conservation
Invasive Species: Most penguins nest in huge colonies, often on isolated islands. Introduced predators can devastate even the largest nesting colony in just a ...
FAST Paddles from Tropical Penguin - Giant Hand Paddles to Help ...
The folks at Tropical Penguin have a new swimmer's hand paddle that will scare some people. The FAST Paddles are intended to help a swimmer get better, but ...
Anthropornis, the Man Bird - Dinosaurs - About.com
... pounds, Anthropornis was roughly the size of a college football player, and ( oddly enough) was bigger on average than the putative Giant Penguin, Icadyptes .