For Teachers and About Teachers (and Penguins)

My latest contribution to 10,000 Birds blog is a write up of some very interesting research that addresses the evolutionary history of the Penguin Tuxedo. Check it out. This post also has a handy-dandy downloadable PDF version of itself suitable for use in the classoom.

Also, if you haven’t read this yet, please check it out: Could you sustain the energy level required to be a teacher?

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2 thoughts on “For Teachers and About Teachers (and Penguins)

  1. Clarke, J. A. E. A. (2010). Fossil Evidence for Evolution of the Shape and Color of Penguin Feathers. Science, 330(NOVEMBER), 954-957.

    Dâ??Alba, L., Saranathan, V., Clarke, J. A., Vinther, J. A., Prum, R. O., & Shawkey, M. D. (2011). Colour-producing {beta}-keratin nanofibres in blue penguin (Eudyptula minor) feathers. Biology letters, 7(4), 543-6. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.1163

    Maia, R., Macedo, R. H. F., & Shawkey, M. D. (2011). Nanostructural self-assembly of iridescent feather barbules through depletion attraction of melanosomes during keratinization. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society, rsif.2011.0456-. doi:10.1098/rsif.2011.0456

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