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  • Location: Stony Point Nature Reserve, Betty's Bay, South Africa
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  • Info: Live streaming penguin webcam in South Africa. The African penguins shown are at Stony Point Nature Reserve in Betty's Bay. South Africa and Namibia are the only countries with African penguin colonies.

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More info: Stony Point Nature Reserve is home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African Penguins in the world. It is located in the coastal town of Betty’s Bay in the Overberg region of the Western Cape of South Africa.

African Penguins are endemic to southern Africa and breed in colonies with pairs returning to the same site each year. African penguin courtship rituals include visual and auditory displays to attract a mate. Breeding takes place throughout the year.

African penguins are preyed on by Cape fur seals, kelp gulls, sacred ibises, yellow mongooses, large-spotted genets and leopards.

Stony Point Nature Reserve is also home to Crowned cormorant, Cape cormorant and Bank cormorant, Hartlaub’s Gulls and Kelp Gulls as well as Rock Hyrax, more commonly known as the Dassie.

Video showing penguins at stony Point in South Africa:

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