It turns out that New Zealand's famed little blue penguins are actually Australian natives. A recent study concluded that New Zealand's native penguisn species was replaced by these interlopers between 1500 and 1900 AD.
Little penguins work together to hunt schools of fish to increase their chances of locating prey. However, once a capture is made, it's every penguin for himself.
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