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E-tracking marine predators to protect Southern Ocean’s rich feeding grounds

Scientists from a number of institutions collaborated to collect data on 17 marine birds and mammals such as penguins, albatrosses, seals and whales in the ocean around Antarctica

Refuelling under scrutiny as penguins hit by oil spill

A Liberian-flagged ship spewed between 200 and 400 litres of oil into the sea off Port Elizabeth city during 'bunkering' re-fuelling

Cheating Mrs Penguin is no different to women who cheat

The internet treated it like the next Brangelina breakup.

‘Fat’ king penguins put through their paces on treadmill

Researchers have found that overweight king penguins are unsteady on their feet - but the extra weight is essential in reproduction and biomechanics.

Eastern Cape penguins freeze to death

Extreme cold, wind and heavy rain has killed 600 African penguin chicks on Bird Island, a reserve in Algoa Bay near Port Elizabeth.

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