The little blue penguin is a small penguin that lives in New Zealand and Australia.
Little blue penguins measure in at just 12-17 inches in height, making them the smallest species of penguin in the world. Despite their small size, these birds are accomplished swimmers and divers. In fact, they can dive up to 60 feet below the surface to hunt for food.
The Little Blue Penguin is a very social bird. They live in a large colony with other little blue penguins called waddles or creches.