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By abuse of language, the penguin is often confused with penguins, birds of the family Spheniscidae living in the southern hemisphere and can not fly. This main reason for the similarity of the two largest species of penguin, the largest penguin.
Another source of error is the lexical similarity between this word and the root designating the penguins in most neighboring languages of French as a penguin in Dutch, pingüino Spanish, German Pinguin, pinguino Italian, English penguin, пингвин (pingvin) in Russian, or Pinguim Portuguese.
In many languages, two different terms are used to refer to the two species of penguin, this term has no exact translation. In English, the term refers to the large Great Auk Auk, Auk is a generic term often all alcids. The little Penguin is itself called razorbill. Catalan and Italian, respectively gavot terms and alkaline are used as contrast in French to designate both species.