A group of Penguins is called – a “raft” or a “waddle” ?? And did you know that Penguins sneeze ?

They have arrived at Its Ozzy … the Penguins.

And because penguins aren’t usually under threat when they’re on land, wild penguins aren’t particularly afraid of tourists. In fact, if you stay still, they’ll probably come and investigate you.

Ours are the patient kind : they don’t move so YOU can investigate THEM. And they even happily toddle back home with you too !

Oh, they brought a snowman or two with them. These guys are open for inspection as well.

The snowballs won’t melt if you light the tea lights on the Penguin Carousel … just the Three in the middle will go around and around and around … (heat from the tealights rises and this moves the windmill wings)

And here the answers :

– A group of penguins in the water is called a ‘raft‘, a group of penguins on land is called a ‘waddle‘.

– Penguins sneeze to get rid of seawater they ingest while hunting for fish – it’s filtered from their bloodstream by the supraorbital gland behind their eyes.