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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    It just struck me. One reason the earliest chicks seem to have hatched at the top of the hill is not only that it's a preferred location...

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    I can see in this image that many or most of those living topside are #Adelies, while the #Gentoos are further down the hill.

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    We've seen this pattern before. Since Adelies do tend to brood and hatch earlier than Gentoos,/discussions/DPZ00002pg )

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    (FAQs http://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/boards/BPZ0000002/discussions/DPZ00002pg ) Of course the uptown chicks hatch earlier! Any thoughts?

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    And of course the apparent #Adelies don't show clearly in all of the images linked in @coldcounter's original thread question: http://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/subjects/APZ00088qu

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Please, what do you mean by the Adelies? I can't see any there. Are you talking about this frame, aren't you?

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    It may just be me looking at too many of these images, yshish. 😃 I can't see them in this one now. 😦

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    I wonder if I was seeing Gentoos at an angle that made their head flashes vanish?

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    There goes another theory.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Maybe they're playing games with you!! Oh, those tricky penguins..

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    hahaha! The penguins are learning from those tricky rocks 😃

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