Penguin Facts Coloring Pages

It’s time for one of the kids’ favorite animal facts! We’re so excited to share with you our penguin facts coloring pages, perfect for kids of all ages that love these fuzzy little birds as much as we do.

Our printable penguin facts coloring sheets include two pages filled with lots of facts about penguins. Keep scrolling to find the PDF link.

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If you love penguins, you’ll enjoy our facts about penguins coloring pages!

Free printable penguin facts coloring pages

Penguins are flightless birds that are famous for “wearing” a cute tuxedo and being adorable. There’s no other bird like a penguin… Ok, we kid, emus, ostriches and cassowaries cannot fly either. But penguins are our favorite of the kind!

Did you know there are 18 species of penguins? You probably think penguins only live in frozen waters, but that’s not true! For example, the Fiordland penguins live in New Zealand and are the only species of penguins to live in rainforests. Some others live in the southern hemisphere, while others live on the Galapagos islands.

Penguins are beautiful creatures that we all love, and they definitely deserve their own fun facts coloring sheets. Let’s see what we’ll need to color these coloring sheets:


This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

10 interesting facts about penguins

  • Penguins are flightless birds. Instead of having wings for flying, penguins have flippers to help them swim. 
  • Penguins eat krill, squids, and fish. 
  • Most penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere, specifically on Antarctic coasts and sub-Antarctic islands, but some can be found near the Equator.
  • Penguins don’t live in the North Pole, since the ice is so thick and they can’t hunt their food.
  • There are 18 species of penguins. 
  • The Emperor penguin is the tallest penguin and can be as tall as 47in, while the Little Blue Penguins are the smallest breed, on average they’re 13in tall.
  • A group of penguins is called a “raft” if they are in the water, but on land, they’re called a “waddle”. 
  • Penguins huddle together to protect themselves from predators and to retain warmth.
  • Penguin feet are adapted to walk long distances, sometimes they march up to 60 miles across the sea ice. 
  • Male penguins give female penguins rocks to impress them. The ladies use these rocks to build a nest.
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Free coloring pages filled with penguin facts!

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