Imperilled African penguins Pose Mystery – (curated as of interest to Boulders penguin colony and Cape Town).
CAPE TOWN (AFP) – In the cold, clear waters at Boulders Beach in Cape Town, the African penguins are so relaxed they swim among humans and waddle past sunbathers on the sands. But their unique species is dying, and scientists are trying to solve the …
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The Verge Review of Animals: the African penguin – (curated as of interest to Boulders penguin colony and Cape Town).
… penguins because the field is far too diverse. Instead I want to focus on Spheniscus demersus — the African penguin. To do this review properly, I knew I had to see these creatures firsthand, so earlier this month, I visited the Boulders Beach …
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Le Cap – Course contre la montre pour stopper la mystérieuse disparition des manchots du Cap – (curated as of interest to Boulders penguin colony and Cape Town).
Des petits manchots du Cap à la Fondation pour la conservation des oiseaux des côtes, au Cap, le 30 novembre 2013 In the cold, clear waters of Boulders Beach in Cape Town, penguins swim with tourists. This idyllic vision of coexistence between man and …
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While scientists squabble, Africa's only penguins at risk of extinction as … – (curated as of interest to Boulders penguin colony and Cape Town).
In the 1930s, South Africa's largest penguin colony had 1 million African Penguins, and there were many other colonies. Now, only 100,000 of the birds remain in all of South Africa and neighbouring Namibia, the only two countries where the species exists.
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