48 - 52 cm
The Galapagos Penguin is the only penguin in the Galapagos. Their population flucuates between a few thousand and a few hundred birds. Their population dramatically declines after El Nino years.
Both sexes are alike, although males are slightly larger than females. They make a braying sound, similar to that of a donkey. They are flightless and dive to feed.
The Galapagos Penguins