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WAT-10863-M3 Emperor Penguins. 6 young ones walking in a line wearing scarves Featured Emperor Penguin Print

WAT-10863-M3 Emperor Penguins. 6 young ones walking in a line wearing scarves

Emperor Penguins - young ones walking in a line
Snow hill island Antarctica
Aptenodytes forsteri
Digitally manipulated image
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© M.Watson /

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Emperor penguins Featured Emperor Penguin Print

Emperor penguins

Emperor penguins. Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) looking after its chick. Females lay a single egg in early winter which the males incubate for two months. The males huddle together for warmth, keeping their eggs off the ice by resting them on their toes. The females return around hatching time, and regurgitate food for their infant. The males, who do not eat during the incubation period, go off to feed. They eat fish and squid. This is the largest penguin, standing up to 120 centimetres tall. Photographed in Antarctica, the penguins' sole habitat

© Art Wolfe/Science Photo Library

King penguins Featured Emperor Penguin Print

King penguins

King penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus). Both parents take turns in incubating the egg, holding it on their feet (see bird at left). These birds are found in the subantarctic and on cool islands in temperate areas of the southern hemisphere. They are very social animals, living and breeding in large colonies which can contain thousands of birds. They feed on small fish and squid, diving below the surface of the water to catch their prey. They often hunt in groups. The king penguin is the second largest penguin in the world, reaching a height of around 1 metre. Only the emperor penguin is bigger. Photographed at Royal Bay, on the island of South Georgia

© British Antarctic Survey/Science Photo Library