It shelters vast numbers of penguins (Eudyptes chrysocoma), which there form their rookeries.
Watson has shown, is hardly distinguishable; (2) Eudyptes, in which the bill is much shorter and rather broad; and (3) Spheniscus, in which the shortish bill is compressed and the maxilla ends in a conspicuous hook.
Eudyptes, containing the crested penguins, known to sailors as "Rock-hoppers" or "Macaronis," would appear to have five species, and Spheniscus four, among which S.
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