Half a million King Penguins, each standing 3 ft tall, pack shoulder to shoulder in mesmerizing colonies on this 100-mile-long, glacier-studded island–reached by two days of sailing east of Chile’s Cape Horn
Just wait for it…
The origin of this peculiar story dates back to 1913 and involves legendary Norwegian explorer, Roald Amundsen
This is awesome.
He found the penguin in 2011 washed ashore and covered in oil. He nursed him back to health and now he returns every year to hang out.
An emperor penguin lands with style in Antarctica. Photograph by Christopher Michel.
A penguin in the Falkland Islands leaps out of the water, catching some serious air before face-planting into the ground.