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    • PENGUINS Magellanic Penguin is
a
south‐American
penguin,
 breeding
in
coastal
Argen6na,
 Chile
and
Falkland
Island.

With
 some
migra6ng
to
Brazil.

Its
 nearest
rela6ves
are
the
 African,
the
Humbaldolt
and
the
THE NINJA PENGUINS JOINING THE DINOSAURS...What
do
they
eat?
 Organiza:on
helping
the
Magellanic
penguinsThese
penguins
prey
on
cuDlefish,
sardines,
squids,
krill
and
other
 ‐ SANCCOB
(South
African
Founda5on
for
the
Conserva5on
of
crustaceans,
and
ingest
sea
water
with
their
prey.
Their
salt‐ Coastal
Birds).

They
rescue
penguins
from
oil
spills,
penguins
excre6ng
glands
get
rids
the
salt
from
their
bodies.

 contaminated
by
ballast
water
 ‐ Penguin
Founda5on
located
in
MElbourne
Australia.
The
associated
Their
Natural
Predators penguin
hospital
rescues
and
rehabilitates
injured
and
oiled
LiDle
Their
natural
predators
include
the
large,
aqua6c
carnivores
that
live
 Blue
penguins.
in
the
southern
hemisphere.
The
two
major
types
are
the
leopard
 ‐ Yellow‐Eyed
Penguin
Trust
in
New
Zealand.
This
associa6on
are
seal
and
the
orca
(killer
whale).
The
skua
(a
predatory
seabird
similar
 working
to
save
the
yellow‐Eyed
penguin.

Their
unique
breeding
to
a
 behavior
–
of
not
wan6ng
to
be
within
60
feet
of
the
next
penguin
large
brown
gull),
which
prey
on
penguin
chicks.
Predators
on
land
 nest
–
has
led
to
the
huge
decline
in
their
numbers.Deforesta6on
are
the
giant
petrel
(a
type
of
seagull),
kara
kara
and
kelp
gull.

 has
affected
their
habitat.



 ‐ DICT
–
Dyer
Island
Conserva5on
Trust
in
South
Africa.
This
Human
Cause associa6on
creates
ar6ficial
nests
for
penguins
in
South
Africa.

However
the
greatest
causes
of
decline
and
the
greatest
threats
are
 They
have
installed
fiberglass
burrows
on
the
penguins’
breeding
human
related.
These
are
loss
of
habitat,
oil
spills,
deliberate
 islands,
which
the
penguins
have
been
successfully
using.discharge
of
oily
ballast
water
(water
with
heavy
materials)
from
 ‐ Penguins
Eastern
Cape
in
South
Africa.tanker,
loss
of
food
supply
due
to
commercial
over‐fishing,
being
 ‐ Ka6ki
Point
Penguin
Charitable
Trust
in
Moerkai,
New
Zealand.caught
up
in
fishing
nets
and
discarded
fishing
lines,
egg
taking
and
loss
of
suitable
nes6ng
burrows
due
to
harves6ng
of
guano
 What
should
we
do?
And
Why?(excrement
of
seabirds). Yes,
we
should
save
this
species.
We
can
play
our
insignificant
role
 (But
when
everyone
does,
it
will
contribute
significantly)
by
donate
Tourism
if
carefully
controlled
does
not
pose
too
much
of
a
threat
 to
established
penguin
rescue,
research
and
conserva6on
though
if
the
birds
get
frightened
and
run
away
predators
may
take
 organiza6ons.eggs.

It
is
important
for
colonies
to
be
fenced
off
from
visitors
to
 
reduce
stress
and
prevent
visitor
feet
from
collapsing
the
burrows. This
is
because
they
are
not
facing
ex6nc6on
due
to
their
own
 predators
or
survival
needs.

We,
humans
are
the
direct
cause.

Heavy
rain
can
cause
flooding
of
the
burrows
when
the
chicks
can
 Thus,
there’s
always
the
need
to
put
the
toothpaste
back
into
the
get
wet
and
cold
and
may
die
as
their
down
is
not
waterproof.
They
 tube.

There’s
no
point
messing
with
mother
nature,
when
the
adults
and
chicks
can
also
get
penguin
fleas. consequences
are
devasta6ng
.

Right? Ex6nc6on
of
a
species
of
penguin
seem
so
unrelated
to
human,
but
 it
will
mess
up
the
food
chain,
and
in
turn
lead
to
serious
results
that
 we
could
not
foresee.