The little penguin is the smallest penguin in the world at only about 17 inches tall. Little penguins typically mate for life and males and females share the responsibility of incubating their eggs.
Despite the lack of scientific evidence based on cuteness, I think the little penguin might just be the cutest penguin around!
Who do you think is the cutest? Browse Oceana.org/Explore and let me know!
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