How to find the perfect female penguin
In the wild, penguins spend their entire lives in a sort of perpetual state of sexual arousal.
So how do you find the right female penguins for you?
To find the best female penguine, it’s crucial to look for different body shapes, body sizes, and personality traits.
“The female penguines’ sexual arousal is a big deal,” says Peter Lander, a professor of zoology at the University of California, Berkeley.
“They can’t have sex without arousing the male and so, for that reason, they’re not very common in the wild.”
Lander says that, when male penguins mate with females, the males tend to mate with bigger penguins.
That means larger penguins can give the females a bigger sexual boost, and the females can also benefit.
So, if you’re looking for a female penguinet, Lander recommends you look for a smaller penguin.
“Female penguins have to be as small as possible,” Lander explains.
“You need to be able to mate in a way that’s really intimate.
If the female penguini is so small, she’ll be too shy to mate and she’ll mate with another female pengui, and she can’t mate with the male.
She’ll mate only with the smaller female penguinx.”
So what you need to know is that size matters.
The bigger the penguin, the less likely the male penguin will mate with you.
So it’s critical to find a penguin that’s both small and small enough that the female can still mate with it.
Lander also says that it’s important to look at the penguins behavior, not just size.
“What’s most important is that the penguinx will be able go for a long time without mating with you,” he says.
“That means that the male will have to make sure he doesn’t get eaten by the penguinet.”
Larger penguins are known to be more aggressive, so Lander advises you look at what he calls “aggressive behavior.”
“It’s the same as aggression, but the penguinchin’s going to be doing this, the male is going to do this, and that’s going be a big part of your hunting,” he explains.
In fact, the pengui can actually bite, so it’s very important to be cautious when it comes to your hunting efforts.
Landers tips you to try and hunt in the same area where the female will be mating, so you can avoid potential predators.
“If you’re going to kill a male, you should be trying to get at least one or two of them in there, and if you can get them into the nest, then that’s a good thing,” he advises.
Lager says that if you find a female, “You should also try to mate as soon as you find her.”
“Mating is a time when the male gets his biggest break,” Lager explains.
You want to make the best out of this chance by getting the female’s eggs and eggs should be on your plate before you mate.
So Lander suggests you “keep your eyes on the nest,” so you’re not too distracted by the male, which could be the female.
You can also be more cautious with your hunting if you don’t know where to look.
“Look for a penguinet that’s at least two meters (yards) from the nest and two meters from the water,” Langer says.
Larger females will be much harder to catch.
Lanners says that even though he’s an experienced bird hunter, Lanners “always makes sure I’m hunting in the right areas, so I’m very careful about where I hunt and I’m careful about my approach.”
“When you see a female in the water, you’re definitely going to try to grab her, but don’t just dive in,” he adds.
“Make sure you’re keeping your distance from her, so that when you’re out in the open, you have to look her in the eye and then you have time to get your rifle.”
When it comes time to hunt, Lowers says it’s a very important decision to make.
“I think it’s the right thing to do for your survival,” he recommends.
“It really is the best strategy.”