General

License
Release
Orientation
People
Age Group
Ethnicity
Collections
Exclusive Content
Image size

Recent searches

Loading...
River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7256 - River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7252 - St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
The Adelaide Arcade, Adelaide, Australia, Oceania
844-7258 - The Adelaide Arcade, Adelaide, Australia, Oceania
Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7255 - Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
Victoria Square, Australia, Oceania Post Office, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7251 - Victoria Square, Australia, Oceania Post Office, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7249 - St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
View of City from Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7250 - View of City from Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
Botanical Gardens, The Palm House, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7254 - Botanical Gardens, The Palm House, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7257 - River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
Rundle Mall, Adelaide, Australia, Oceania
844-7259 - Rundle Mall, Adelaide, Australia, Oceania
River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat from Foot Bridge, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
844-7253 - River Torrens and 'Popeye' boat from Foot Bridge, Adelaide, South Australia, Oceania
High angle view of sea
1177-1479 - High angle view of sea
Aerial view of residential district and sea
1177-1478 - Aerial view of residential district and sea
Tranquil view of sea against cloudy sky
1177-1477 - Tranquil view of sea against cloudy sky
Aerial view of sea
1177-1483 - Aerial view of sea
Cape Jaffa Historic Lighthouse, a historic light house on the coast near Kingston, South Australia, SA, Australia
1113-96787 - Cape Jaffa Historic Lighthouse, a historic light house on the coast near Kingston, South Australia, SA, Australia
Air view of downtown Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
29-5297 - Air view of downtown Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Indian Pacific Railway, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-366624 - Indian Pacific Railway, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Marina, Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-366617 - Marina, Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
The Ghan Train at the station, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-366622 - The Ghan Train at the station, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Christmas tree, christmas decoration, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-366616 - Christmas tree, christmas decoration, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Avenue in the Adelaide Hills, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-366615 - Avenue in the Adelaide Hills, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1439 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1604 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1441 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Trucks on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1611 - Trucks on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1586 - Truck on Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1606 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Trucks on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1610 - Trucks on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1442 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1440 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Tanker truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1662 - Tanker truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1607 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1608 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1609 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
1161-1605 - Truck on the Great Western Highway from Sydney to Adelaide, New South Wales, Australia
giant panda giant panda sitting eating portrait Zoo Adelaide Australien
869-2925 - giant panda giant panda sitting eating portrait Zoo Adelaide Australien
giant panda giant panda sitting eating portrait Zoo Adelaide Australien
869-2926 - giant panda giant panda sitting eating portrait Zoo Adelaide Australien
Sunset at the pier of Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-169729 - Sunset at the pier of Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Dusk on the beach at Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-169731 - Dusk on the beach at Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Beehive Corner Building in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-169732 - Beehive Corner Building in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Sunset and swimmers on Glenelg beach, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-169726 - Sunset and swimmers on Glenelg beach, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Sunset at the pier of Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-169730 - Sunset at the pier of Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
National War Memorial in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-151345 - National War Memorial in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Interior of St. Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
832-151346 - Interior of St. Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
The shopping mall of the Adelaide Arcade in the centre of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
1113-81014 - The shopping mall of the Adelaide Arcade in the centre of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
The shopping mall of the Adelaide Arcade in the centre of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
1113-81051 - The shopping mall of the Adelaide Arcade in the centre of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Tourist attraction, jumping crocodiles, Adelaide River, Northern Territory, Australia
1113-61409 - Tourist attraction, jumping crocodiles, Adelaide River, Northern Territory, Australia
View from the Hyatt Hotel at night, Downtown, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
1113-51429 - View from the Hyatt Hotel at night, Downtown, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3605 - Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Lighthouse on a pier in Port Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3601 - Lighthouse on a pier in Port Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Colonial architecture in Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3603 - Colonial architecture in Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3606 - Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3607 - Adelaide Festival Centre, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Anglican St. Peters Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3602 - Anglican St. Peters Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
816-3604 - Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
wild beach with strip of clouds and dunes. Adelaide, Australia
1054-16 - wild beach with strip of clouds and dunes. Adelaide, Australia
wild beach with strip of clouds and dunes. Adelaide, Australia
1054-17 - wild beach with strip of clouds and dunes. Adelaide, Australia
Canoeist, Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
698-815 - Canoeist, Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7564 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
Lindblad Expeditions guests on board the National Geographic Explorer with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9357 - Lindblad Expeditions guests on board the National Geographic Explorer with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S  67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7622 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S 67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 678 05.7?S  678 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7624 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 678 05.7?S 678 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9412 - Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7563 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9355 - Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7560 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
Views of Adelaide Island. Adelaide Island (or Isla Adelaida or Isla Belgrano) is a large, mainly ice-covered island, 75 miles long and 20 miles wide, lying at the north side of Marguerite Bay off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. The island lies within the Argentine, British and Chilean Antarctic claims, at 67ø15'S 68ø30'W  67.25øS 68.5øW/ -67.25; -68.5.Adelaide Island was discovered in 1832 by a British expedition under John Biscoe. The island was first surveyed by the French Antarctic Expedition (1908-1910) under Jean-Baptiste Charcot. The source of the island's name is unknown. British Antarctic Survey records state that Charcot named the island "Adelie Land" after the huge number of Adelie Penguins that lived on its coast (the penguins being named after the wife of Dumont d'Urville). This in turn was turned into Adelaide Island by the British Graham Land Expedition (1934 -37). It has also been supposed that the island was in fact named by Biscoe himself for Queen Adelaide of the United Kingdom. The Island has 2 bases on it. The old Adelaide Island base (also known as Base T) was set up by the Falkland Islands Dependent Survey (FIDS), which became the British Antarctic Survey. The Base was closed due to an unstable skiway and operations were moved to the new Rothera Station during 1976 / 1977, this base remains open to this day. The old BAS base was transferred to the Chilean Authorities in 1984, when it was renamed Teniente Luis Carvajal Villaroel Antarctic Base. The station was then used as a summer only station by the Chileans. However the skiway, and 'ramp' to the station from the plateau have all become so unstable, that the Chilean Air Force (FACh) have stopped all there activities there. The Chilean Navy have visited the station almost every summer to ensure it is in good keeping. BAS employees also visit the station during the winter when access from the plateau is easier.Due to the length of time that it has been inhabited the island is well
979-7069 - Views of Adelaide Island. Adelaide Island (or Isla Adelaida or Isla Belgrano) is a large, mainly ice-covered island, 75 miles long and 20 miles wide, lying at the north side of Marguerite Bay off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. The island lies within the Argentine, British and Chilean Antarctic claims, at 67ø15'S 68ø30'W 67.25øS 68.5øW/ -67.25; -68.5.Adelaide Island was discovered in 1832 by a British expedition under John Biscoe. The island was first surveyed by the French Antarctic Expedition (1908-1910) under Jean-Baptiste Charcot. The source of the island's name is unknown. British Antarctic Survey records state that Charcot named the island "Adelie Land" after the huge number of Adelie Penguins that lived on its coast (the penguins being named after the wife of Dumont d'Urville). This in turn was turned into Adelaide Island by the British Graham Land Expedition (1934 -37). It has also been supposed that the island was in fact named by Biscoe himself for Queen Adelaide of the United Kingdom. The Island has 2 bases on it. The old Adelaide Island base (also known as Base T) was set up by the Falkland Islands Dependent Survey (FIDS), which became the British Antarctic Survey. The Base was closed due to an unstable skiway and operations were moved to the new Rothera Station during 1976 / 1977, this base remains open to this day. The old BAS base was transferred to the Chilean Authorities in 1984, when it was renamed Teniente Luis Carvajal Villaroel Antarctic Base. The station was then used as a summer only station by the Chileans. However the skiway, and 'ramp' to the station from the plateau have all become so unstable, that the Chilean Air Force (FACh) have stopped all there activities there. The Chilean Navy have visited the station almost every summer to ensure it is in good keeping. BAS employees also visit the station during the winter when access from the plateau is easier.Due to the length of time that it has been inhabited the island is well
Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9413 - Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7561 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S  67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7626 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S 67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
Lindblad Expeditions guests on board the National Geographic Explorer with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9359 - Lindblad Expeditions guests on board the National Geographic Explorer with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
A lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9431 - A lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S  67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7623 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S 67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
A lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) and crabeater seal on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9432 - A lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) and crabeater seal on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9358 - Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S  67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7625 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S 67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7565 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S  67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
979-7627 - A small pod of 6 to 8 Type B killer whales (Orcinus nanus) in dense first year sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle near Adelaide Island at 67ø 05.7?S 67ø 42.8?W in the Gullet, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO These animals are also often called killer whales, but this is a misnomer as this is actually the largest member of the dolphin family. The Type B killer whale is a proposed new species called Orcinus nanus, though this is not universally accepted in the scientific community yet. Type B killer whales specialize in hunting pinnipeds, although they have been documented taking penguins. The Antarctic population estimate is 70,000?80,000 for all types of killer whales.
Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs.  This is the only species of penguin to  breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
979-9356 - Lindblad Expeditions guests with a lone adult emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice in the Gullet between Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. MORE INFO The emperor is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. An adult emperor may reach 4 feet in height and weigh as much as 100 lbs. This is the only species of penguin to breed during the Antarctic winter. Typical lifespan for emperors is about 20 years, although some observations suggest some individuals may live to 50 years of age.
Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
979-7562 - Guests from the Lindblad Expedition ship National Geographic Explorer enjoy a hot asado sandwich prepared by staff at BBQ on an ice floe near Adelaide Island, Antarctica. MORE INFO Lindblad Expeditions pioneered Antarctic travel in December 1969 and remains one of the premier Antarctic Expedition providers to this very day.
Adelaide, Australia, boats, city, river, River Torrens, skyline, South Australia, town, waters. Adelaide, Australia, boats, city, river, River Torrens, skyline, South Australia, town, waters
817-293456 - Adelaide, Australia, boats, city, river, River Torrens, skyline, South Australia, town, waters. Adelaide, Australia, boats, city, river, River Torrens, skyline, South Australia, town, waters
Cleland Wildlife Park, girl feeding kangaroo, Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia
832-22634 - Cleland Wildlife Park, girl feeding kangaroo, Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia
Detail of the famous Ghan train carriage at sunset in Alice Springs in central Australia  The Ghan travels between Adelaide and Darwin
817-217920 - Detail of the famous Ghan train carriage at sunset in Alice Springs in central Australia The Ghan travels between Adelaide and Darwin
Victoria Square Fountain, Adelaide, Australia
817-144488 - Victoria Square Fountain, Adelaide, Australia
View of Adelaide, capital of South Australia, Australia
817-144487 - View of Adelaide, capital of South Australia, Australia
Botanic Gardens and CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105672 - Botanic Gardens and CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
AAMI Stadium and West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105679 - AAMI Stadium and West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
River Torrens, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105681 - River Torrens, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
The Ghan Transcontinental passenger train Adelaide to Darwin, Australia
817-114851 - The Ghan Transcontinental passenger train Adelaide to Darwin, Australia
Fulham and River Torrens, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105676 - Fulham and River Torrens, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105674 - CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105675 - Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
River Torrens, Rail Network, and CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105673 - River Torrens, Rail Network, and CBD, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
West Lakes Mall, AAMI Stadium and West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105677 - West Lakes Mall, AAMI Stadium and West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
817-105678 - West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - aerial
Locomotive, The Ghan train, world's newest north-south transcontinental passenger train, weekly Adelaide-Darwin 2979 KM
817-114830 - Locomotive, The Ghan train, world's newest north-south transcontinental passenger train, weekly Adelaide-Darwin 2979 KM
The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad), Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory,  Australia.
817-27645 - The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad), Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad) , Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory,  Australia
817-27643 - The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad) , Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad), Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory,  Australia.
817-27644 - The Ghan (train going from Darwin to Adelaide through Australia along a 3000 km railroad), Departure station, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.