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Adelie penguin, adult feeding chick by regurgitating partially digested food into the chick's mouth.  The pink food bolus, probably consisting of krill and marine invertebrates, can be seen being between the adult and chick's beaks, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Southern elephant seal, juvenile. The southern elephant seal is the largest pinniped, and the largest member of order Carnivora, ever to have existed. It gets its name from the large proboscis (nose) it has when it has grown to adulthood, Mirounga leonina, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Adelie penguin chicks, huddle together in a snowstorm for warmth and protection.  This group of chicks is known as a creche, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Southern giant petrel kills and eats an Adelie penguin chick, Shingle Cove, Macronectes giganteus, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguins rush into the water en masse, from the cobblestone beach at Shingle Cove on Coronation Island, Pygoscelis adeliae Southern elephant seal, juvenile. The southern elephant seal is the largest pinniped, and the largest member of order Carnivora, ever to have existed. It gets its name from the large proboscis (nose) it has when it has grown to adulthood, Mirounga leonina, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Coronation Island, is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, reaching 4,153' (1,266m) above sea level.  While it is largely covered by ice, Coronation Island also is home to some tundra habitat, and is inhabited by many seals, penguins and seabirds Coronation Island, is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, reaching 4,153' (1,266m) above sea level.  While it is largely covered by ice, Coronation Island also is home to some tundra habitat, and is inhabited by many seals, penguins and seabirds Coronation Island, is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, reaching 4,153' (1,266m) above sea level.  While it is largely covered by ice, Coronation Island also is home to some tundra habitat, and is inhabited by many seals, penguins and seabirds Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Southern elephant seal, juvenile. The southern elephant seal is the largest pinniped, and the largest member of order Carnivora, ever to have existed. It gets its name from the large proboscis (nose) it has when it has grown to adulthood, Mirounga leonina, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin stands on rocky shore, icebergs in the background, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguins, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Pygoscelis adeliae Adelie penguins, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Pygoscelis adeliae Adelie penguins rush into the water en masse, from the cobblestone beach at Shingle Cove on Coronation Island, Pygoscelis adeliae Adelie penguin, head portrait, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin, adult feeding chick by regurgitating partially digested food into the chick's mouth.  The pink food bolus, probably consisting of krill and marine invertebrates, can be seen being between the adult and chick's beaks, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Southern elephant seal, juvenile. The southern elephant seal is the largest pinniped, and the largest member of order Carnivora, ever to have existed. It gets its name from the large proboscis (nose) it has when it has grown to adulthood, Mirounga leonina, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Iceberg panoramic photo.  Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds. Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Iceberg, South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg, South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Adelie penguins, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguins, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Pygoscelis adeliae Adelie penguins, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Pygoscelis adeliae Adelie penguin, on rocky shore, leaving the ocean after foraging for food, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin, on rocky shore, leaving the ocean after foraging for food, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin on cobblestone beach, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin on cobblestone beach, Shingle Cove, Pygoscelis adeliae, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Adelie penguin walking across a beach to go out to sea, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Coronation Island panoramic photo Iceberg panoramic photo.  Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds. Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds. Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Coronation Island, is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, reaching 4,153' (1,266m) above sea level.  While it is largely covered by ice, Coronation Island also is home to some tundra habitat, and is inhabited by many seals, penguins and seabirds Coronation Island, is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, reaching 4,153' (1,266m) above sea level.  While it is largely covered by ice, Coronation Island also is home to some tundra habitat, and is inhabited by many seals, penguins and seabirds Adelie penguin, adult feeding chick by regurgitating partially digested food into the chick's mouth.  The pink food bolus, probably consisting of krill and marine invertebrates, can be seen being between the adult and chick's beaks, Pygoscelis adeliae, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Southern elephant seal, juvenile. The southern elephant seal is the largest pinniped, and the largest member of order Carnivora, ever to have existed. It gets its name from the large proboscis (nose) it has when it has grown to adulthood, Mirounga leonina, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean Chinstrap penguin, Pygoscelis antarcticus, Shingle Cove, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands, Southern Ocean   more ...

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