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Little Penguins behave in other interesting ways, too. When two penguins are angry with each other, they will stare at each other. When one penguin is angry and the other one is not, the one who is not angry will look away from the other and walk away with its head and body held very low.

For a start, does "stare at" in the above amount to "gaze at?"

Second, I'm not so sure of the meaning of "look away from." Does it mean "turn its eyes/head and not to look at?"

Last, why is it "very low" instead of "very lowly" since we need an adverb to modify "held?" Thanks.
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Staring is more intense than gazing.
Yes, turn its head from-- this is common animal social behaviour
Low is the adverb of physical position. Lowly is normally used for psychological position.
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Mister MicawberStaring is more intense than gazing.
Yes, turn its head from-- this is common animal social behaviour
Low is the adverb of physical position. Lowly is normally used for psychological position.

Thanks, Mister.

Got it except for the bolded line. I'm not so certain of its meaning, especially intense. Could you explain it in a more few words? Thanks.
Staring is confrontational and aggressive.
Gazing is abstracted and passive.
Thanks, Mister.

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