Eudyptula minor

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Eudyptula minor

prebreeding penguins.
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SUSPECT 3 A vicious dog DEFENCELESS n Little Penguins come ashore in their hundreds
Parents, too, will be delighted to read aloud the story of a tenacious little penguin whose dreams and knowledge of the wider world are fueled by one mis-delivered letter.
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15) A mixed-cell lymphoma was reported in a little penguin (Eudyptula minor) in a review of naturally occurring neoplasms in Australian birds, and lymphoid leukosis was reported in a king penguin in a summary of leukosis in captive wild birds.
This company's brands already compete for European market share with the likes of other well-known labels such as Little Penguin and Yellow Tail.
Clearly penguins - these being the Little Penguin breed - were not meant for running, as each short dash was followed by a longer break, and a deep intake of breath, before another brief but wildly enthusiastic burst of speed.
Scientists in the late 1950s noted that, for a short interval after hatching, the species known as the little penguin (Eudyptula minor), have nostril tubes similar to those characteristic of modern albatrosses and their close kin, says David Penny, an evolutionary biologist at Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Agreements included Singapore's Character Farm and distributor Six-Six-Eight licensing Katherine to Japan's Hi Corporation; and Korea's Iconix selling Pororo the Little Penguin to networks in Italy, Spain, the Middle East and Mexico.
Temporal and spatial variation in breeding success of the Little Penguin (Eudyptula minor) on the east coast of Australia.
99) bearing the Little Penguin label from Southeastern Australia.