The research team collected 30,171 dive records from 74 penguins, and used a technique called hydro-acoustic survey to measure sounds in water as the penguins chased their favoured preys - sardine and anchovy, writes Stephanie Achieng' for SciDev.net.
How African Penguins Change Their Hunting Habits When There's Less Food
The Conversation Africa, 30 May 2019
Seabirds are the world's most threatened bird group. The latest State of the World's Birds shows that there's a high proportion of threatened species particularly penguins,… Read more »
Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach in Cape Town, South Africa.
Penguins' Behaviour Could Aid Fisheries Management
SciDev.Net, 28 May 2019
The foraging behaviour of African penguins could provide useful information to aid fisheries management, a study conducted in South Africa suggests. Read more »
New Study Proves Penguins Are Key Indicators of Ocean Health
News24Wire, 22 May 2019
A new study has proven that African penguins benefit when there is a greater abundance of fish available and it can be used to inform fisheries management in future. Read more »
Environmentalists are commending Seychelles' strong conservation practices which have resulted in the ranking with a score of 77 out of 100. Globally, the island nation ranked 33rd ... Read more »
The oceans and its critters have been among the foundations of human societies. Approximately three billion people around the world depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for ... Read more »
More than 500 people are gathering in Maputo this week to attend an international oceans conference hosted by the Mozambican government. The event aims to explore opportunities to ... Read more »
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