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Mother and father penguins cooperate very well with each other. They share responsibilities such as sitting on their eggs and swimming out into the ocean to search for food for their young.

Does the bolded part sound right? Are there alternatives to convey the same idea? Thanks.
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It sounds right to me if my view means anything for you. Emotion: smile
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Yes, the bolded part makes sense. You might also say they "share parenting duties." Or, as another alternative, you could recast the whole message as one sentence. "...cooperate very well with each other, sharing such duties as sitting..."
SpidesYes, the bolded part makes sense. You might also say they "share parenting duties." Or, as another alternative, you could recast the whole message as one sentence. "...cooperate very well with each other, sharing such duties as sitting..."
Thanks, Spides, for your suggestions.

Got it.