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Originally posted by Alaskan Man
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
I think they are Humboldt Penguins but i may be mistaken.
edited to add:
Actually after looking at the yellow on there neck, i think they may be King Penguin's
Originally posted by space cadet
reply to post by Trexter Ziam
Have you ever seen the movie 'Happy Feet'? They depicted some very real penguin behaviours, I am not sure if they did it to learn to swim or what, but all the kid penguins go off together and end their journey learning to swim, then they later meet back up with all the parents.
Originally posted by Trexter Ziam
I got it on "Ewoks" picture 3. It's pretty clear here on #3.
The interesting thing is the brown ones. Are they "immatures"?
Why are they in "streams"? Segregated for protection like linear nurseries or what?
They are obviously not with their parents. Do they do "group parenting?"
Do they hunt and feed themselves or are they still dependent on the parent (group) to feed them?
Originally posted by Ceriddwen
The brown ones are the chicks, they congregate both for heat and protection, though there are few predators willing to take on a mass that size.