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This makes it easy for administrators to identify where content is concentrated, and can also show an exceptionally large lists, libraries, folders, and documents.There was one aspect of this that I thought was helpful in 2007 that is no longer supported, and that is the ability to view the number of versions of a given document right from the report.This will enable the features without the risk of triggering a warning or locking a site that exceeds the thresholds.Locking the site is the only risk with quotas, there is no risk of data loss.In a new study, researchers spotted nearly 200 instances of penguins attacking the gelatinous ocean creatures, dubbed 'gelata.'In the extensive footage, the researchers spotted nearly 200 instances of penguins attacking the gelatinous ocean creatures, dubbed 'gelata.'Gelata accounted for more than 1 percent of the daily needs for Adélie, Magellanic, and yellow-eyed penguins, and up to 2 percent for little penguins.And, the birds selectively targeted their gelatinous meals.The study tracked penguins in waters ranging from polar to temperate.
Overall, the four penguin species consumed an observed 187 species of true jellyfish, along with 11 comb jelly species eaten by the Magellanic and little penguins.The team fitted the penguins with thumbdrive-sized video recorders, tracking the birds at seven breeding sites in the southern oceans – or, oceans south of 30 degrees S latitude. In the extensive footage, the researchers spotted nearly 200 instances of penguins attacking the gelatinous ocean creatures, dubbed 'gelata.'While other large animals, such as sea turtles and ocean sunfish, are known to thrive on a diet of jellies, the researchers say this is surprising behaviour for penguins, who are warm-blooded animals with high energetic demands.'It is hard to believe that penguins, which are endothermic animals and thus need fair amounts of energy from their food to keep their bodies warm, could find any benefit in eating relatively energy-poor prey like jellyfish, especially in freezing Antarctic waters,' Jean-Baptiste Thiebot, a postdoctoral fellow with Japan's National Institute of Polar Research and lead author on the study, told National Geographic.'Crustaceans, and more so fish, contain much more energy per gram, [and] seem much more adequate to satisfy the energy demand of penguins.'This especially applies for those raising chicks, the researcher noted.According to the researchers, gelata accounted for more than 1 percent of the daily needs for Adélie, Magellanic, and yellow-eyed penguins, and up to 2 percent for little penguins.The findings, revealed in a new publication by scientists from the French and Japanese national Antarctic programmes, come from research conducted by fitting penguins with tiny cameras to see what they got up to under the sea ice and was backed by conservation charity WWF.A few years ago I wrote an article about how to enable and work with the Quota Management features in Share Point 2007 (click here for article) which proved to be a popular post.