Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland
Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland
Antarctica

Emperor penguin behaviour is not black and white, say New Zealand scientists

Little is known about adult birds’ behaviour when they leave breeding colonies, but new research has shed some light on their foraging habits

Topic |   Antarctica
Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland
Niwa's Dr Kim Goetz with emperor penguins in Antarctica. Photo: Rod Dunbar/University of Auckland
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