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Lonely Monument o Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton Featured Related Images Print

Lonely Monument o Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton

circa 1922: The monument to Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton on the main island of South Georgia. He died of a heart attack and was buried there in 1922, having returned to the spot on the 'Quest', six years after his famous Antarctic expedition. (Photo by R. C. Buchard/General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)

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One adult King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) amongst colony of chicks. Gold Harbor Featured Related Images Print

One adult King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) amongst colony of chicks. Gold Harbor

King Penguins breed on the subantarctic islands at the northern reaches of Antarctica, South Georgia, and other temperate islands of the region. The total population is estimated to be 2.23 million pairs and is increasing. The King Penguin is the second largest species of penguin at about 90 cm (3.0 ft) tall and weighing 11 to 16 kg (24 to 35 lb) Like all penguin species, it has a streamlined body to minimize drag while swimming, webbed feet to propel more force when swimming, and wings that have become stiff, flat flippers

Native people of the South Sea Islands, published in 1882 Featured Related Images Print

Native people of the South Sea Islands, published in 1882

South Sea Islanders, Asians, and Australians: Top row, from left: Australia (Aborigines), Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Papua, Middle row: Fijians, New Zealander (Maori), Tahitian, Samoan, Bottom row: Palau Islanders, Caroline Islanders, Sandwich Islanders, Negrito of the Philippines, Malay. Wood engraving, published in 1882