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The Cape gannet (Morus capensis) originally Sula capensis, is a large seabird of the gannet family, Sulidae. They are easily identified by their large size, black ...

Cape gannet videos, photos and facts - Morus capensis | ARKive


Cape gannets are easily identified by their large size, silky black and white plumage and the distinctive golden-yellow hue to their crown and hindneck.

Cape gannets – South African Tourism


Cape gannets are probably the most amusing coastal birds to watch. They have quaint protocols and placatory procedures. They're also brilliant fishers.

BBC Nature - Cape gannet videos, news and facts


Cape gannets breed on islands off the coast of Nambia and South Africa.

Cape Gannet | Bird | Southern Africa... - Kruger National Park


Name: Cape Gannet; Latin Name: Morus capensis - formerly Sula capensis; Family: Sulidae; Length: 84 - 94 cm; Habitat: Cape Gannets breed on islands off the ...

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Jan 10, 2012 ... Diving into the ocean, the Cape Gannet adopts an aquatic version of flight, an unbelievable sight you have to see to believe.

Cape Gannet Bird - Facts, Information & Pictures - Animal Corner


The Cape Gannet (Morus capensis) is an easily identified seabird because of its large size. It is part of the Gannet family: Sulidae. Cape Gannets resemble the ...

Bird Island, the world's largest Cape gannet colony. - Wildlife Extra


Bird Island, in Algoa Bay, South Africa, is home to the largest breeding colony of Cape gannets in the world. The Island now forms part of Addo Elephant ...

ADW: Morus capensis: INFORMATION


Cape gannets are found in coastal areas of sub-Saharan Africa, from the Gulf of Guinea on the west coast to South Africa and to Mozambique, occasionally ...

Cape Gannets Fading Towards Extinction?


The Cape Gannet (Morus capensis) is losing 1% of its population per annum, which means that in the last 50 years, we have lost 50% of the Gannet population !

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Cape Gannet (Morus capensis) - BirdLife species factsheet


Justification This species is listed as Vulnerable since it has a very small breeding range on just six islands, and over-exploitation of its prey by human fisheries ...

World's Weirdest: "Missile" Birds - National Geographic


Capable of diving at 60 miles per hour, cape gannets are nature's missiles. They' re just as deadly underwater, where they can pursue prey at depths of up to 40 ...

Cape Gannet {Morus capensis} - Explore South Africa


Cape Gannet {Morus capensis} - Information about the Cape Gannet, including photographs, fast facts, conservation status and general info. Cape Gannets are ...