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Penguins and Probability

University of Melbourne mathematicians have teamed up with researchers from Phillip Island Nature Parks to analyse the local penguin population to discover more about the lives of the local birds. In this special science student report, Visions uncovers Victoria's very own March of the Penguins.

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Produced by Rebecca Scott, in conjunction with student reporters Julian Drummond, Ho Yan (Phemie) Wong, Nicole Lowrey and Sarah Fumei
Edited by Rob Cross, Corporate Video Productions
Camera by Clive Banfield

With thanks to:
Professor Richard Huggins, Deputy Head, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
PhD student Jakub Stoklosa
Dr Peter Dann, Research Manager, Philip Island Nature Parks Australia

Vision and still images of penguins courtesy of Philip Island Nature Park Australia, Krista Brovedani and Sue Davies

The students would particularly like to thank:
Rebecca Scott and Sally Sherwen, Marketing and Communications Department
Rob Cross, Corporate Video Productions
Clive Banfield