They haven’t done much research on the all black penguins because they are so rare, with chances of the genetic change that causes it only being one in a million. They know there are slight differences in mating and feeding, but other than that they’re pretty much the same as normal penguins when it comes to mating. Whether or not they get the mate depends on if there is some sort of sexual selection that occurs when it comes to all black coats, which was never researched.
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