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by Ralph Lee Hopkins . Coming ashore at Sunrise, King Penguins (Aptenodytes patagonica), National Geographic Endeavour, St.

Eyewitness: Falkland Islands

Andy Pollard, one of the amateur photographers whose pictures form part of the exhibition (above), said: 'I'm very pleased that my photograp.

King penguins silhouetted at dawn, South Georgia. The King Penguin is the second largest species of penguin, weighing up to 16 kgs. They eat small fish - mainly lanternfish and squid, and repeatedly dive to more than 100 metres to find lunch. There are an estimated 2.23 million pairs of King Penguins with numbers increasing

BBC Frozen Planet – in pictures

King penguins silhouetted at dawn, South Georgia. King penguins are the second largest penguin species, weighing up to 35 pounds. They eat small fish — mainly lanternfish and squid — and repeatedly dive to over 300 feet to find lunch

Falkland Islands: they're like rural England (accents, fog, cold and all) but with penguins! Right off the coast of Argentina. If Argentina ever stops threatening to invade I'd love to go there.

Whittle's Top Photos of the Year from ISLANDS Magazine

Boulders penguin colony - South Africa

The African penguin (Spheniscus demersus) also known as the jackass penguin and black-footed penguin is a species of penguin, confined to southern African waters.

Gentoo penguin colony at twilight, Pygoscelis papua, Falkland Islands

Gentoo penguin colony at twilight, Falkland Islands © Frans Lanting

Penguins love water

Rock hopper Penguins taking a freshwater shower in the Falkland Islands. The penguins use the waterfall to wash off the sea salt.

King penguins, Aptenodytes patagonica, on the shore at sunrise. by Ralph Lee Hopkins

an-imalss: “ King penguins, Aptenodytes patagonica, on the shore at sunrise. by Ralph Lee Hopkins ”

Eudyptes chrysocome, Falkland Islands

Rockhopper penguins jumping into ocean, Eudyptes chrysocome, Falkland Islands.

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