National Geographic : 1952 Sep
' The Clowns: Adelies Frolic with Members of Scott's 1911 Expedition Excessively curious and fearless, Adelies take keen interest in their occasional visitors. One expedition discovered that the tooting of a cornet would bring lines of penguins waddling aboard ship like the Pied Piper's rats. During incubation Adelies eat nothing but snow. (0 ilerert u. ronting + The Dignitaries: Sage Macaroni Penguins Hold a Council of State Named for his bushy golden eyebrows, the macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) shows an ill temper like that of his cousin the rockhopper (page 422). He has a goatish smell and a harsh, braying voice. A transparent extra eyelid helps him see underwater. American Museum of Natural History ~B"Ey- LI ~10 1 Ip~rfl~ ta~-c -, ,Z a- ai *ts~ \- " ~PsB;, X~ - ""i" t-I ir "u*^'. ;\ C I-1_ :. - 3.. x"J x:"rl"