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  • Online image or video

    Tipling, D.

    King Penguin turning egg at St Andrews Bay, South Georgia Island

    2015

    In-text: (Tipling, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Tipling, D. (2015). King Penguin turning egg at St Andrews Bay, South Georgia Island. [image] Available at: https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/meet-the-wild-penguins-of-south-georgia-island-in-david-tiplings-intimate-images [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

  • Online image or video

    Blogspot

    male emperor penguin

    2015

    In-text: (Blogspot, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Blogspot (2015). male emperor penguin. [image] Available at: http://conceptdesignhome.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/emperor-penguins-egg-pictures.html [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

  • Online image or video

    Kjuuurs

    A kangaroo mother and her joey

    2016

    In-text: (Kjuuurs, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Kjuuurs (2016). A kangaroo mother and her joey. [image] Available at: https://www.livescience.com/27400-kangaroos.html [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

  • Website

    Le Maho, Y.

    The Emperor Penguin: A Strategy to Live and Breed in the Cold: Morphology, physiology, ecology, and behavior distinguish the polar emperor penguin from other penguin species, particularly from its close relative, the king penguin on JSTOR

    1977 - American Scientist

    In-text: (Le Maho, 1977)

    Your Bibliography: Le Maho, Y. (1977). The Emperor Penguin: A Strategy to Live and Breed in the Cold: Morphology, physiology, ecology, and behavior distinguish the polar emperor penguin from other penguin species, particularly from its close relative, the king penguin on JSTOR. [online] Jstor.org. Available at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27848168 [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Website

    Edwards, M. J. and Deakin, J. E.

    The marsupial pouch: implications for reproductive success and mammalian evolution

    2018 - Australian Journal of Zoology

    In-text: (Edwards and Deakin, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Edwards, M. and Deakin, J. (2018). The marsupial pouch: implications for reproductive success and mammalian evolution. [online] Research Gate. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/250927274_The_marsupial_pouch_Implications_for_reproductive_success_and_mammalian_evolution [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Website

    McPherson, S.

    How long do joeys stay in the pouch? | Discover Wildlife

    2015 - Discover Wildlife

    In-text: (McPherson, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: McPherson, S. (2015). How long do joeys stay in the pouch? | Discover Wildlife. [online] Discoverwildlife.com. Available at: http://www.discoverwildlife.com/animals/mammals/how-long-do-joeys-stay-pouch [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Journal

    Banks, P. B.

    Predation-sensitive grouping and habitat use by eastern grey kangaroos: a field experiment

    2001 - Animal Behaviour

    In-text: (Banks, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Banks, P. (2001). Predation-sensitive grouping and habitat use by eastern grey kangaroos: a field experiment. Animal Behaviour, [online] 61(5), pp.1013-1021. Available at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003347201916860 [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Website

    Australia Zoo

    Mammals at Australia Zoo

    2018 - Australia Zoo

    In-text: (Australia Zoo, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Australia Zoo (2018). Mammals at Australia Zoo. [online] Australiazoo.com.au. Available at: http://www.australiazoo.com.au/our-animals/mammals/kangaroos/eastern-grey-kangaroo [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Website

    Libal, A.

    Why Do Marsupials Carry Their Young in a Pouch?

    2017 - Whalerock Industries

    In-text: (Libal, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Libal, A. (2017). Why Do Marsupials Carry Their Young in a Pouch?. [online] Animals.mom.me. Available at: http://animals.mom.me/marsupials-carry-young-pouch-3963.html [Accessed 18 Feb. 2018].

  • Book

    Williams, T. D.

    The Penguins

    1995 - Oxford University Press - Oxford

    In-text: (Williams, 1995)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, T. (1995). The Penguins. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.47.

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