November 17, 2006—They don't make an arduous 50-mile (80-kilometer) march like their "movie star" neighbors. But that doesn't
mean Adélie penguins have it easy when to comes to
breeding.Like emperor penguins, Adélies live in the harsh
cold of the Antarctic continent. Instead of heading inland to lay their eggs, the smaller seabirds build their nests along the rocky
coastline.Watch adult penguins face off over the best mates
and nest sites, and witness the family squabbles that often take place
between devoted parents and impatient chicks.
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