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#Repost @natgeo with @repostapp.・・・Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo while #onassignment in the Ross Sea for a story on Emperor Penguins. A young emperor chick gets acquainted with its polar surroundings while both parents look on with great curiosi

An emperor penguin adult feeds its young chick on the Ross Sea. Over 30% of emperor penguin colonies are in decline due to a changing climate and environment. #penguin #worldoceansday #climatechange #happyfeet #emperorpenguin #naturelovers #nature #wildlife #family #beauty

Places to see in ( Les Sables-d'Olonne - France ) Zoo des Sables d'Olonne Zoo des Sables d'Olonne is an Eco-zoo housing around 40 threatened species including monkeys anteaters penguins & lions. The Zoo des Sables is a zoo French located in the region of Pays de la Loire in Vendée a few steps from the beaches of Les Sables d'Olonne in the neighborhood of Rudelière. Gay family property which also has the Biopark Doue-la-Fontaine in the Maine-et-Loire it is directed by Pierre and François…

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March of the Penguins - Penguins are among the strongest and most resilient creatures in the animal kingdom. And they have to be -- each year, the emperor penguins of Antarctica travel through the most punishing environment on Earth to their nesting grounds, and after the females lay their eggs, the males keep them warm while their mates walk 70 miles back to the sea to fatten themselves with fish for themselves and their young.

African Penguin native to Boulders Beach in Cape Town, South Africa. Contrary to popular belief, not all penguins live in a world of snow and ice. They don’t all live in the Antarctic (only four of the 18 species live there), and you definitely won’t find any penguins cavorting with polar bears in the Arctic – all of them except one live in the Southern Hemisphere. Only the Galapagos penguin lives at the equator.