African Penguin

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While foraging for food, African penguins leave their hatchlings in crèches, characteristic groups common to birds that breed in colonies.

African penguin hatchlings are left alone in crèches, or groups, a characteristic common to bird species that breed in large colonies, while their parents forage for food.

Sources: (Cooper, 1978; Crawford, et al., 2006, 2008; Pearce, 2011; Shannon & Crawford, 1999)
Image: Bernard DUPONT

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