At night, penguins leave the sea to file up the beach and into sand dunes to lay their eggs.
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Australian newsreel item. Title reads: "Phillip Island: Nocturnal Birds? Penguins!"
GV Section of a bay with a sandy beach and headland at sunset. Various shots, at night, penguins leave the sea and in the light of the arc lamps we see them walk across the sand and into the dunes about two hundred yards inland. They go there to lay their only two eggs a year.
Note: Date on original record: 23/03/1964. Australian commentary.