tobogganing

I’ve learned a new word when visiting Snow Hill Island: tobogganing. Most penguins use this sledding technique, because for them walking is not the easiest way to move forward.

When they get tired of walking they fall over on their bellies and they toboggan.

They use their feet and wings to slide forward and they can move very fast like that.

And when they want to get up they use their beaks to rise.

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