1116-44843 - A King Penguin Looks Down And Wonders Whether To Step Over A Pebble On A Sandy Beach Or Stand On It, With Another Penguin Just Behind It, And They Both Have Black And Orange Heads, White Breasts With Orange Patches At The Throat, Grey Backs And Flippers A
911-10444 - A Chinstrap Penguin, Pygoscelis antarctica, at Hannah Point on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctic. Behind the penguin is lots of greenery, plants that are expanding as the Antarctic Peninsular warms as a result of climate change,
911-9947 - Guano in an Adelie Penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae, colony at Madder Cliffs, Suspiros Bay, at the west end of Joinville Island, Antarctica. Adelie's are a true Antarctic species which are suffering as a result of climate change, The Antarctic Peninsular, their only breeding grounds, is one of the fastest warming areas on the planet. This is causing Adelies to migrate south. They are reducing in numbers, they feed almost exclusively on Krill, which is also declining as a result of climate change.