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King penguins keep an ear out for predators


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Sleeping king penguins react differently to the sounds of predators than to non-predators and other sounds, when they are sleeping on the beach. Research has revealed that even asleep, these penguins can distinguish between dangerous and benign sounds.Z3lWgNe4XS0


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