What eats a penguin?
What do penguins eat?
In Antarctica, where most penguins live, the penguin’s main predator is a ferocious marine mammal with large teeth called the leopard seal. Penguins must swim very fast to escape from leopard seals that try to catch them in the water.
Gull-like birds called skuas eat baby penguins and sometimes steal penguin eggs.
Sharks and orcas are a threat to some kinds, or species, of penguins that live in warmer waters.
As for the question of what a penguin eats: Penguins eat fish and tiny crustaceans called krill.