1) the shape of the body of the penguins is streamlined, promotes active movement in the water; large feet with a swimming membrane;
2) penguins have a sternum with a well-defined keel, to which powerful muscles are attached; the muscles and structure of the bones allow them to work underwater with their wings almost like screws;
3) in penguins, bones are similar to those of mammals (dolphins and seals) and do not contain internal cavities;
4) a thick layer of fat (2-3 cm) serves for thermal insulation, above which there are three layers of waterproof, short, tightly fitting feathers and evenly distributed throughout the body
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