What do penguins drink?


What do penguins drink?

In: Biology

So, this link explains it [https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/14-fun-facts-about-penguins-41774295/#:~:text=The%20supraorbital%20gland%2C%20located%20just,snow%20for%20their%20hydration%20fix](https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/14-fun-facts-about-penguins-41774295/#:~:text=The%20supraorbital%20gland%2C%20located%20just,snow%20for%20their%20hydration%20fix).

Basically, they eat snow for water, and drink from small ponds. So basically they still drink water, just maybe not the same way you’re used to.

From the article: penguins drink meltwater from pools and streams and eat snow for their hydration fix.


Water. They have a gland that extracts salt from seawater above their eye, they then sneeze the gloop out. Or water from melted ice or snow.