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Flightless penguin puzzle 'solved'
The underwater prowess of the penguin may have cost the bird its ability to fly, scientists believe.
Is it a bird... No, it's penguin-cam
Wildlife producer John Downer demonstrates how he and his team went about making a documentary about penguins.
Depressed penguins make recovery
Penguins in Scarborough given anti-depressants after a break-in left them stressed make a full recovery.
Peak at private life of penguins
Scientists use timelapse cameras to gain insight into the private lives of penguins in Antarctica.
Big NZ fossil penguin reconstructed
A large extinct penguin has been reconstructed from fossil remains discovered in New Zealand.
Penguins' new home at London Zoo
London Zoo unveils the largest penguin pool in England, which will eventually house a 200-strong breeding colony.
Royal couple adopt baby penguin
A baby penguin at Chester Zoo is adopted by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Flipper tags 'damage' penguins
The standard way of tagging penguins for science affects their survival and reproduction, scientists find.
Giant penguin fossil unearthed
The fossil of a giant penguin that lived 36 million years ago has been found in Peru.
Fossilised Peruvian penguin found
Palaeontologists discover the fossil of a penguin that lived 36m years ago in Peru.
Ancient giant penguin unearthed
Scientists unearth a fossil in Peru of a giant penguin that lived some 36 million years ago, offering an insight into the birds' evolution.
Public invited to name Sewerby Zoo penguin
Staff at an East Yorkshire zoo are inviting members of the public to come up with a name for a baby penguin.
Auklets and penguins: birds use feathers 'to touch'
Birds may use their feathers for touch, using them to feel their surroundings just as cats use their whiskers.
Galapagos Islands are transformed
The Galapagos archipelago has already been transformed by global climate changes and human activity, a report concludes.
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