The Pro side of this debate argues that penguins are the most superior family of bird which currently inhabits the planet Earth. Penguins are able to swim, an ability not possessed by other aviary specimens. Penguins also do not sit on their eggs as other disrespectful feathered animals do, but the eggs sit on their feet covered in a layer of the fathers' feathers.
The con side of this argument must select a kind of bird and convince the audience of said bird's superiority to penguins. Go.
The bald eagle is, in my opinion, the most supreme bird on planet Earth. Its amazing hunting tactics can only be admired and it builds one of the most glamorous homes of all birds. The rich coating only adds to the list of the fantastic things of the raptor.
While the bald eagle does have some commendable traits, it is also one of the most exaggerated species on earth. The bald eagle also gets much undue attention due to its being the national animal of the United States of America. Penguins are able to survive in temperatures that a bald eagle would instantly die in, and penguins don't abandon their chicks in precariously precipitously positioned aeries while both parents are off gallivanting on short trips for fish. Penguins leave one behind.
The fact that the bald eagle is our national bird s irrelevant. Yes, the eagle would die in the penguins surroundings, but at least the eagle can fly, on of the most identifying traits of birds. And its fantastic flight patterns and skill at flight make it a very formidable fighter and entertainer.