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Scientists Crack The Code Of The Antarctic Penguin's Mysterious Undersea Calls

Image. NOAA When Gentoo penguins swim into the open ocean to hunt for food, they often produce wierd buzzing sounds that marine biologists assume is a form of communication. By strapping cameras to the backs of these aquatic birds, scientists have finally figured out the purpose of these odd vocalisations. More »      
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