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black-footed penguin

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It's a real problem and that's the kind of fishing we have to manage very carefully, and that is what we think is behind some of the African penguin collapse.
The African Penguins have been decreasing, by 60 percent now, since 2004, so that's why we are very worried," said Lorien Pichegru of the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology.
I've lived in Cape Town for 11 years," she says, "and the African penguin has found a special place in my heart.
Volunteer travel specialist i-to-i is offering the chance for people to carry out conservation work at a South African penguin reserve.
The money raised from the event benefits the aquarium's African penguin research and conservation efforts.
Now we have joined forces with the zoo to help protect the South African penguin from possible extinction.
African Penguin populations are threatened by competition with commercial fishing operations, guano removal, oil spills, and predation by feral cats.
Malloy toured Mystic Aquarium, where he was presented with a Mystic Sea Pass, visited with a beluga whale, met an African penguin and enjoyed lunch at Penguins Cafe in support of the aquarium's "Lunch for $1" promotion.
The Fund is playing a significant role in helping preserve these species, from supporting efforts to hand-raise hundreds of abandoned African penguin chicks to funding research that will help plan effective conservation efforts.
1, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rescuers in South Africa have rushed to save a total of 415 endangered African penguin chicks from land and island-based penguin colonies near Cape Town, South Africa.
Mightybytes was selected by the aquarium to develop an animated video of a South African penguin habitat that would serve as the background to a new children's playscape area featuring faux glacier ice slides, tunnels and more.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Each year Jeanne Anderson's first grade class at Lakeaire's Elementary saves their fundraising money for one very special treat -- a visit from Como Park Zoo's African Penguin A.
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