Adelie


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Noun1.Adelie - medium-sized penguins occurring in large colonies on the Adelie Coast of AntarcticaAdelie - medium-sized penguins occurring in large colonies on the Adelie Coast of Antarctica
penguin - short-legged flightless birds of cold southern especially Antarctic regions having webbed feet and wings modified as flippers
genus Pygoscelis, Pygoscelis - a genus of Spheniscidae
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Traditionally, on April 25, Adelie penguins in the Antarctic begin their annual northward migration, and World Penguin Day celebrates these wonderful birds while raising awareness about their conservation needs, natural habitat and unique behaviour.
Chris will join Tulip from Adelie Foods where, in the position of CEO since 2009, he has been instrumental in establishing Adelie as one of the UK's leading food-to-go businesses, supplying the retail, coffee shop, travel and contract catering sectors.
It is home to more than a third of the world's Adelie penguins, a quarter of the world's Emperor penguins and half of the world's Type C killer whales.
Dad discussed a recent trip to Antarctica where he'd seen a colony of Adelie penguins react to a storm by turning its collective back to the wind.
A hundred-year-old study about the sexual life of Adelie penguins has finally been published.
With time running out, Mumble compels Ramon to marshal the Adelie penguins and an elephant seal to help with the rescue effort.
In the south, spring begins for the male Adelie penguins as they build nests.
Nordine Amrani Adelie Miguel, a 48-year-old resident of Spanish descent, placed a bouquet of white tulips against the shattered bus stop.
Stepping up to the plate, Mumble enlists the help of the rival Adelie penguins and even the less-than- impressed elephant seals to try and save the day.
In Antarctica's Paulet Islands, Adelie Penguins have to dodge leopard seals who leap out of the sea onto the ice to get them.
MY heart was in my mouth as the dozens of Adelie penguins scuttled over the ice, desperate to escape the killer whales.
A 30-year field study of Adelie (ice-loving) and chinstrap (ice-avoiding) penguins shows that populations of both species in the West Antarctic Peninsula and Scotia Sea have declined by respective averages of 2.