Rockhopper Penguin

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The rockhopper penguins are three closely related crested penguins that have been once thought of as a single species. They are now split into two or three species:

They have a crest of feathers on their heads. They are called rockhopper because they hop from rock to rock to their nesting places. They keep both feet together so they can jump up more than a metre.