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Also known as the African penguin, the Jackass penguin inhabits the rocky shores of the far south of Africa (Namibia, South Africa and surrounding islands). Its appearance camouflages it from its predators (especially the black spots on its chest and the black and white lines on its head, which have earned it the nickname "ringed penguin"). It can swim as fast as 10 km/h, and can even stay underwater for up to two minutes.
The Jackass Penguin lives in colonies formed by numerous pairs, feeding on small fish and crustaceans. For reproduction, it digs nests in sandy ground and incubates the eggs for 35 to 40 days. It usually lays two eggs
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