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Predator in a Penguin Suit

Little penguins

The aim of the study was to find out if group or solitary hunting strategies were influenced by prey type, and how this affected how much prey an individual caught and how many calories an individual gained.

By Grace Sutton

Miniature video cameras and GPS have given an underwater bird’s-eye view of the hunting behaviours of the world’s smallest penguin.

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