What is the classification of a penguin?

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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Sphenisciformes Family: Spheniscidae
We all have an image of penguins gliding on ice at the South Pole -- images that come from childhood. But contrary to popular belief penguins live beyond Antarctica, and can be found in New Zealand, southern Africa, and South America. While some... More »
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Emperor penguin- Aptenodytes forsteri. KINGDOM: Animalia PHYLUM:
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Kingdom-Animalia. Phylum-Chordata. Class-Aves. Order-Sphenesciformis. Family-Speniscidae. Penguins have many genera and species. Here is the Gentoo penguins genera and species. Genus-Pygoscelis
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The Emperor Penguin belongs to the Kingdom of Animalia, the phylum of Chordata, the class of Aves, the order of Sphenisciformes, the family of Spheniscidae, and the genus of Aptenodytes
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