When all is calm, crested penguins’ crests lie flat as seen here. When the penguins are excited, their crests behave in different ways according to the species: standing erect in a fan (erect-crested); sticking out sideways (rockhopper); or flicked out at the back (Snares and Fiordland crested penguins).
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Photograph by Lloyd Spencer Davis
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