Meet Hummi, the Humboldt penguin from our National Geographic series of endangered species. Hummi and his fellow Humboldt penguins live amongst others on the Pacific coast of Peru and Northern Chile and are unfortunately listed as an endangered species. Humboldt penguins are classified as “endangered.” Humboldt penguins belong to the branded penguin classification. It is estimated that only 32,000 fully grown Humboldt penguins remain on the Pacific coast. Hummi is 13.8 inches tall with soft and cuddly fabric and airbrushing on his feet that give him a lifelike appearance. Tell your child about Hummi, and learn together with him about protecting endangered species – not only in zoos, but especially in their natural habitats. Your purchase today helps support scientists, explorers and researchers from the National Geographic Society so they can continue to protect animals like Hummi who are facing extinction. Hummi and his friends in South America will thank you!