The largest Feniciforme. The order comprises only Sphenisciformes penguins, water birds. . . . . . The largest representative of the group today is the Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) That can measure up to 1.3m high, weighing up to 38kg. However,
in the past there were even larger species, . . . giant penguins,
the highest of these was Nordenskjoldi Anthropornis ago 45 to 37th of the Antarctic seas, came to measure up to 1.7m high, with an estimated weight at 90kg.
However, there was another species of penguin that while not as high, if it is heavier. Ponderosus Pachydyptes ago 34 to 37th of the Antarctic seas came to measure only 1.5 or 1.6m tall but weighing 100 kg or more.
These giant penguins are larger than anyone would have ever expected, and these are not predictable under the current “government academic” system of education. These giant penguins are not only predictable under devolutionary theory, but larger ones should still be in the fossil record waiting to be found.
~Chris L Lesley
by Greater Ancestors World Museum on Monday, July 11, 2011 at 8:07pm