Description of the image
The image shows an aquatic bird, called a penguin, viewed from the profile, oriented towards the right side, represented full in relief.
The penguin has a small, round head, slightly elongated and pointed beak, wings lowered close to the body, robust, body covered by a fatty tissue, with fine plumage on the outside, and rests on two short legs, finished in broad paws with glued fingers.
Unlike the rest of the birds, the penguins cannot fly, but use their wings as a fin to swim.
Near the penguin, on the right, there is a man, as a landmark to determine its real proportions.