Adelie penguin

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medium-sized penguins occurring in large colonies on the Adelie Coast of Antarctica

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She also studies how Adelie penguin populations and sea bird foraging behaviours respond to environmental variation and change.
Last summer, all but two from an entire cohort of tens of thousands of Adelie penguin chicks on an Antarctic island starved to death because their foraging parents couldn't get back from sea with food on time.
Adelie penguins are generally faring well in East Antarctica, but declining in the Antarctic peninsula region where climate change is already established, the conservation group said.
Three serum samples from Adelie penguins from Kopaitic Island reacted against APVC (titers 10-40), and 1 reacted against APVA (titer 40) (online Technical Appendix Table).
In an article in the Antarctic Science journal, researchers said: "The arrival of iceberg B09B and subsequent fast ice expansion has dramatically increased the distance Adelie penguins breeding at Cape Denison must travel in search for food.
Adelie penguins are very much at risk due to climate change, oil pollution, and over-fishing.
We investigated the paternity of 39 Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) hatched at the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium between 1995 and 2005 breeding seasons using microsatellite DNA markers.
Monty's Christmas is the seventh John Lewis advert directed by Dougal Wilson and features CGI technology to ensure Monty and Mabel look and behave exactly like real Adelie penguins.
The artists pored over hours of footage of Adelie penguins to recreate his waddle, dive and even the way his eyes open.
In the search for more accurate data on the numbers and health of Adelie penguins in Antarctica, researchers have turned to high-resolution satellite imagery of the unmistakable evidence of living creatures: their waste.
A new kind of bird flu has been detected for the first time in Adelie penguins in Antarctica, though the virus does not seem to make them sick, Daily Nation reported referring to the researchers.
Along the Antarctic Peninsula, populations of both chinstrap and Adelie penguins are now decreasing, and Trathan says that 'a common contributing factor is likely to be climate change.
Meanwhile, at Ross Island in Antarctica, Adelie penguins are struggling to feed themselves as melting sea ice breaks away into giant icebergs.
For 13 years, researchers collected data on the foraging ability of chick-rearing Adelie penguins on Ross Island, Antarctica.
com yesterday shows a pair of Adelie penguins inspecting the scene as the first load of passsengers (foreground) from the stranded Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy (back right) wait for a helicopter from the nearby Chinese icebreaker Xue Long to pick them up as rescue operations take place after over a week of being trapped in the ice off Antarctica.