The rockhopper penguins are three closely related taxa of crested penguins that
have been traditionally treated as a single species and are sometimes split into ...
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Southern Rockhopper Penguins differ from their Northern counterparts in having
a narrower supercilium and shorter plumes, which reach just over the black ...
The rockhopper penguin is a group of penguins that are closely related and
share the same love of jumping over rocks to get about, rather sliding around on
Previously classed as a single species, the rockhopper penguin has now been
split into a northern (Eudyptes moseleyi) and southern species (Eudyptes ...
With some very colorful feathers on their heads, it is hard to mistake the
Rockhopper Penguin for anything else.
Based on recent genetic information, the rockhopper penguin species complex
includes the northern rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes moseleyi) and the southern
Rockhopper Penguins - Eudyptes chrysocome: Penguins and Penguin
Conservation. Official web site of the International Penguin Conservation Work
DESCRIPTION: The smallest of the crested penguins, rockhoppers have a thin
yellow crest that extends behind their red eyes. They also have black spiked ...
Feb 28, 2016 ... Either of two species of crested penguins (genus Eudyptes, order
Sphenisciformes) characterized by its red eyes, a relatively thin stripe of ...