Explain why the emperor penguin’s fat reserves reach 10-15 kg out of 35 kg total weight.

Fat is known to be a poor heat conductor. Emperor penguins, living on the shores of the Antarctic ice at very low temperatures, have a thick layer of subcutaneous fat and dense plumage with a lot of fluff under it. This makes it possible to keep their body warm and survive in the harsh Antarctic conditions.

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