Emperor Penguin Baby Parent Protection

A baby Emperor Penguin nestled next to its parent for protection on the cold glacier landscape in the Antarctica.

With its fuzzy, soft coat of fur, a baby Emperor Penguin stays close to its parent for protection and warmth on the icy glacier landscape of the Antarctica. The male parent was the main protection for this baby when it was still an egg and once it hatched, the mother takes over while the male goes off to feed before the long march of the penguins begins.

Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) Emperor penguins, chick, chicks, colony, Dawson-Lambton glacier, Antarctica, December.



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Photo Title: Emperor Penguin Baby Parent Protection

A baby Emperor Penguin nestled next to its parent for protection on the cold glacier landscape in the Antarctica.

Scientific Name:

Aptenodytes Forsteri

Photographer:

Fritz Pölking, Fritz Poelking

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d003_285 - Emperor Penguin Baby Parent Protection