The process of creating offspring through asexual and sexual production.
John Cockrem is a professor at Massey University in New Zealand. He teaches and studies Animal and Biomedical Sciences. Lately he has been researching the behavior of blue penguins and what makes penguins who they are.
Each cell has a specific job in order to preform its function. There is cellular, physiological, and ecological organization.
Grant Ballard has a PHD in Biological Sciences. He works for Blue Point (company that seeks for conservational responses to helping wildlife). Recently he has been studying Adélie penguins and their response to the climate change at the independent, local, and the community population levels.
The process of taking in energy (ATP) to preform actions and everyday tasks.
Penguins rely on icebergs to find food. Underneath the iceberg zooplankton and phytoplankton grow allowing for other species like fish, squid, and krill, a shrimp like animal which relies on the zooplankton and phytoplankton to thrive. With the melting of icebergs animals are facing the problem of what to eat.