Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) exiting water, Antarctica - stock photo

Kloe Point, East Antarctica. Opening in ice is a breathing hole used by Weddell Seals in the area. These birds reach 120cm (48in) in height. Feeding primarily on fish and squid, and can plunge to depths of 265m (870ft) in pursuit of prey.
Kloe Point, East Antarctica. Opening in ice is a breathing hole used by Weddell Seals in the area. These birds reach 120cm (48in) in height. Feeding primarily on fish and squid, and can plunge to depths of 265m (870ft) in pursuit of prey.
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) exiting water, Antarctica
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