New recipes

Penguins

Penguins


The bread is cut into small squares and greased in pairs with cheese.

Cut half of the olives from the bottom up and fill with cheese. Then fill the other olives with cheese (I chose a different kind of Philadelphia cheese)

The carrot is cut into slices and grown with the tip of a knife as seen in the picture, for the beak and legs ... One piece cut from these slices will be the penguin's beak.

The toothpick is inserted through the "head" of the penguin then through the body, carrot and finally through the pieces of bread.


A penguin swims over 8,000 km every year to see the man who saved his life again

It is illegal to keep wild animals as pets in Brazil. But despite what the law says, the Dindim penguin comes to live with his best friend, whom he met on the beaches of Brazil, every year since 2011. In that year, the 71-year-old mason and the fisherman, Joao Pereira de Souza, found the South American penguin Dindim, covered in oil and very close to death. .

After a while, Dindim was ready to go out into the world, so Joao decided to release him back into the sea. However, the penguin did not want to leave and stayed with the man for 11 months. When he did, people said he would never return. Amazingly, just a few months later, Dindim returned to visit the fisherman. The couple has been reunited, this has been happening every year since.

"I like the penguin, he's like my baby and I think he loves me too," Joao told Globo TV. & # 8222No one is allowed to touch it. He beats those who do. He is in my lap, lets me wash him, allows me to feed him sardines and even caress him & # 8221. & # 8221Everyone said he won't come back if he leaves, but he came back to visit me in the last four years & # 8221


An adorable video shows how three penguins walk freely in a city in South Africa

SANCOOB - an international organization that deals with the rescue and rehabilitation of shorebirds, posted on its Facebook page an adorable video that captures three penguins walking leisurely on the sidewalk in the city of Simonstad (Simon Town), from South Africa.

Walking almost in sync, the flying birds seem to patrol the city streets along the coast.

The group of birds was not disturbed by any pedestrians or cars, as can be seen in the video that recorded over 1 million views.

SANCOOB believes that the new freedom of penguins is one of the "advantages" due to people around the world living in homes to stop the spread of coronavirus.

& # 8220This is one of the reasons our penguins are so busy these days, their swaying along the streets is more enjoyable and safer for birds & # 8221, SANCOOB wrote on Facebook.

Rebel penguins are the last members of the wild kingdom. They realized that they could now be set free because people had left high-traffic areas in order to comply with social distance measures.


Ion Creangă Theater is waiting for you at a wonderful show for children

The VăraTIC amphitheater of the Ion Creangă Theater is located in the garden of the Eliad House in the Capital, where you will find stories to the liking of the youngest spectators and their parents.

In the colorful garden decor, among pillows and umbrellas, children will enjoy the reunion with characters from classic fairy tales.

The program, held outdoors in a setting prepared in compliance with safety measures and with care for the comfort of the whole family continues on the weekend of July 18-19 with two beloved productions from the repertoire of Ion Creanga Theater.

Alexandrina Halic and Anca Zamfirescu, the storytellers of the Ion Creangă Theater, take the stage in the VăraTIC Amphitheater in the show “Music Penguins” - on Saturday, August 22, from 10:00 and 19:00. You can book seats on entertix.ro.


(PHOTO) The emotional moment when two widowed penguins comfort each other

An emotional photo, with two widowed penguins, who seem to console each other, was chosen as the winner of the "Oceanographic" magazine's ocean photography award.

The photo was taken by a German photographer named Tobias Baumgaertner, & icircn Melbourne, Australia, and brought him the magazine's "Community Choice Award".

A source told him that the two penguins had recently lost their partners and often seemed to be biting each other.

St. Pier Melbourne's Kilda has a colony of about 1,400 small penguins, the smallest species of penguin with an average height of only 33 cm. The colony is monitored by volunteers.

A volunteer approached me and told me that the white woman was a female, who had lost her partner, and it seems that the younger male, from the left, also suffered, the photographer Baumgaertner wrote on Instagram.


King Pingui Cake Ingredient:

  • 10 eggs
  • 200 grams of sugar
  • 2 packets of vanilla sugar
  • 5 tablespoons filled with semolina
  • 5 tablespoons flour
  • 5 tablespoons full of bitter cocoa
  • 5 tablespoons honey (acacia)
  • 1.5 pac. baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 50 ml milk
  • 270 ml oil

Glaze 1 (over cream):

  • 120 grams of household chocolate
  • 70 grams of butter
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 2 tablespoons oil

Glaze 2(for finishing the cake):

  • 220 grams of household chocolate
  • 100 grams of butter
  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
  • 700 milliliters of whipped cream + 3 tablespoons powdered sugar)
  • 1 packet of instant gelatin (also found in Romania, at Real stores) or 2 packs of cream hardener
  • 3 tablespoons milk (preferably condensed milk)
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Preparing Kinder Pingui Cake & # 8211 countertop

1. For the countertop, first separate the eggs (picture 1). Beat the 10 yolks with the sugar and vanilla sugar with the mixer, for a few minutes, on the highest speed, until the mixture becomes a dense cream (picture 2). Whisk the egg whites with the salt powder, separately (picture 3). Add flour, baking powder, cocoa and semolina, well mixed beforehand, to the yolk cream. Mix lightly, gradually add the milk and oil (picture 4) and honey is added (picture 5). The composition is easily mixed with the 10 egg whites beaten like snow (hard foam) with salt dust, with movements from bottom to top, vertically, so as to keep the composition as airy as possible. (picture 6).

2. The final composition is quite liquid. Divide the composition into two identical trays, covered with baking paper, which are baked in the oven with ventilation at 165 degrees for 12-13 minutes or at the normal one at 175 degrees. The baked countertops are allowed to cool without removing the paper.


Prepare icing and cream for kinder pingui cake

1. Meanwhile, prepare the glaze 1, from all the ingredients that are mixed on the fire, melting them, without boiling, then set aside to cool.

2. To prepare the cream, mix the whipped cream (very cold) on high speed until it hardens in half. Add the powdered sugar and continue mixing until it sticks. Be careful, if the whipped cream is hot or if it mixes more than it should (until it hardens well and that's it) there is a danger of cutting it. Add & # 8222Instant Želatinu Fix & # 8221 & # 8211 ie instant fix gelatin, or, second option & # 8211 2 cream hardener packs. Add the milk (in my case condensed milk), honey, vanilla extract and mix well again. The result is a frothy and consistent cream.

Assembly

1. Meanwhile, the sheets for the kinder pingui cake have cooled, so we move on to the assembly. Put half of the cream on one of the sheets, smoothing very well, helping us, if necessary, with a damp knife with a long blade. Place the previously prepared icing over the cream, kept at room temperature, then put the cake in the freezer for a few minutes, just enough to harden the icing.

2. Meanwhile, prepare glaze 2, identical to the first, from all the specified ingredients. Remove the cake with hardened icing from the freezer and place the rest of the cream on top of the cream, leveling the surface very well.


3. Turn the second sheet over the cream, with the paper facing up, lightly press on the entire surface of the paper to adhere the sheet to the cream, then remove the paper.

4. The surface of the cake is glazed with glaze 2 prepared before and kept at room temperature and put back in the freezer for a few minutes, only until it hardens.


The assembled Kinder pingui cake is kept in the refrigerator for a few hours, then cut with a knife always soaked in hot water. I portioned it into 36 pieces, but you can also make smaller portions, because as good as it is, it has so many calories. It's much better the next day.


Penguins - ideas for activities

Penguins they are seabirds that cannot fly. They live only in the southern half of the Earth, and seven species live in Antarctica. The penguins keep warm two layers of short, thick feathers and the layer of fat under the skin. If they can't fly, penguins, on the other hand, are very good swimmers and divers. They use their narrow, rigid wings as fins.

If the penguins are very clumsy when walking, they are very graceful in the water. They can stay underwater for up to 18 minutes.

Penguins leave the sea only during mating. Then they return to land or ice and head to the mating grounds, called colonies. Year after year, the penguins return to the colony where they were born. They often return to the same partner.

Most birds mate in summer. Imperial penguins mate in the winter on cold ice.

Penguins leave the water and walk on ice until Colonial, cover up to 160 km. On the sloping ground, they slip on their bellies, using their swimmer. The penguin chooses his mate and mates, then the female lays an egg, which she gives to the male and returns to the sea to feed.

For nine weeks, the male keeps the egg warm on his feet. During all this time, he does not eat at all and loses a lot of weight. When the chick comes out, the mother returns with food.

Here you can see how the male holds the egg and protects it from the cold, but also how the little penguin comes out of the egg:

You can find a lot of information about the life of penguins here.

Another printable DO-a -Dot package can be downloaded by here.

We also tried a craft idea a few years ago and you can see it here.

Other cute penguin making ideas can be found here and here.

Coloring pictures with penguins:

At the end, I leave you with a song in English that includes some information about the life of penguins.


A photo of two widowed penguins looking to hug, designated the image of the year

A German photographer managed to capture in Melbourne two widowed penguins who comfort each other almost every night. The photo was chosen as the winner in the Ocean Photography Awards 2020 contest, BBC reports.

In a year 2020 with a lot of exciting and powerful photos, an image captured by Tobias Baumgaertner in the Australian city of Melbourne was named the most expressive and won the Community Choice Award from Oceanographic magazine.

The German photographer was told that the two penguins had recently lost their partners and often seemed to caress each other.

St. Pier Kilda in Melbourne has a colony of about 1,400 dwarf penguins, the smallest species of penguin, with an average height of only 33 cm. The colony is monitored by volunteers.

& # 8222A volunteer approached me and told me that the white one was an elderly lady who had lost her partner and it seems that the same happened to the younger man on the left. & # 8221, Baumgaertner wrote on Instagram.

Since then, they have met regularly, caressing each other and sitting together for hours, watching the dancing lights of the nearby town.

Tobias Baumgaertner, photographer:

The photographer spent three nights in the penguin colony before he could capture the photo, he said.

& # 8222Because you are not allowed, or not allowed, to use any light, and the little penguins are constantly moving, rubbing their wings on each other's backs and cleaning each other, it was really hard to photograph them. & # 8222 # 8221, he said.


The main bar

About us

Clubulbebelusilor.ro is, since 2011, one of the most important online resources for parents in Romania. What do you find with us? All you need!

Aspiring mothers, future, new and current mothers can find current affairs articles about pregnancy, childbirth, newborn and infant care, the normal development of the baby, breastfeeding, diversification, healthy eating, family educational activities and many more. modern parenting articles, empathic education and mutual respect.


Penguins - ideas for activities

Penguins they are seabirds that cannot fly. They live only in the southern half of the Earth, and seven species live in Antarctica. The penguins keep warm two layers of short, thick feathers and the layer of fat under the skin. If they can't fly, penguins, on the other hand, are very good swimmers and divers. They use their narrow, stiff wings as fins.

If the penguins are very clumsy when walking, they are very graceful in the water. They can stay underwater for up to 18 minutes.

Penguins leave the sea only during mating. Then they return to land or ice and head to the mating grounds, called colonies. Year after year, the penguins return to the colony where they were born. They often return to the same partner.

Most birds mate in summer. Imperial penguins mate in the winter on cold ice.

Penguins leave the water and walk on ice until Colonial, cover up to 160 km. On the sloping ground, they slip on their bellies, using their swimmer. The penguin chooses his mate and mates, then the female lays an egg, which she gives to the male and returns to the sea to feed.

For nine weeks, the male keeps the egg warm on his feet. During all this time, he does not eat at all and loses a lot of weight. When the chick comes out, the mother returns with food.

Here you can see how the male holds the egg and protects it from the cold, but also how the little penguin comes out of the egg:

You can find a lot of information about the life of penguins here.

Another printable DO-a -Dot package can be downloaded by here.

We also tried a craft idea a few years ago and you can see it here.

Other cute penguin making ideas can be found here and here.

Coloring pictures with penguins:

At the end, I leave you with a song in English that includes some information about the life of penguins.


Penguins

Penguins are waterfowl that cannot fly but can swim, and are part of the Spheniscidae family. They are very good at diving, they can stay under water for up to 18 minutes.

  • There are 18 species of penguins. All live in the waters of the southern hemisphere, in Antarctica and the sub-arctic islands, except for one that lives near the equator.
  • The best known species are: the Imperial Penguin, the Royal Penguin and the Adelie Penguin.
  • The Imperial Penguin is known for the long distances it travels. There are colonies that are located 300 km from the shore. It lays only one egg and makes its nest, hatching it on its feet.
  • The Royal Penguin is the most colorful, has an orange collar with yellow spots and is almost as big as the Imperial.
  • The Adelie penguin is the smallest and most studied. It lives in Antarctica and the surrounding islands. They can live a long time without feeding, due to the fact that they store large amounts of energy in the form of adipose tissue.
  • Penguins have two rows of short, thick feathers and a layer of fat to protect them from the cold. Females have fluffier feathers than males.
  • Before starting the mating season, he changes his plumage with a new one.
  • It starves during migration and nest building until hatching begins. Males help them hatch when they leave the nest to feed, they take turns.
  • Almost all penguins have only one mate for life. They recognize each other at the annual meetings, which are held in the same place, according to the sounds they make.
  • Some females, even if they have chosen a partner & # 8222 as a father & # 8221, mate with another that they consider to have good genes.
  • When a female penguin loses her cub, she tries to steal another, and other females jump to the aid of the attacked mother.
  • The oldest penguin fossil, estimated to be 62 million years old, has been discovered in New Zealand.

Video: 055 Grandfather Comes to