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The humboldt penguin has claws on the toes of its webbed feet.
The humboldt penguin has claws on the toes of its webbed feet. These claws help the penguin climb the rocky terrain of its habitat. Some evolutionists say that the flippers of this penguin evolved from wings; however, we know that God designed the penguin to be an excellent swimmer. The Humboldt penguin has flipper-like wings because that is what God intended it to have.
CLASS: Aves (birds)
ORDER: Sphenisciformes (penguins)
GENUS/SPECIES: Spheniscus humboldti
Size: 25–27 in (0.6–0.7 m)
Weight: About 9 lbs (4 kg)
Original Diet: Plants
Present Diet: Fish and squid
Habitat: Marine along coasts of Peru and Chile in South America