Two Emperor penguins, an adult bird and a chick, side by side, on the ice.
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- animal family
- animals in the wild
- baby animal
- bird colony
- color image
- color photography
- color picture
- emperor penguin
- flightless bird
- flock of birds
- front view
- full length
- group of animals
- ice (frozen water)
- ice sheet
- juvenile animal
- no people
- pack ice
- penguin chick
- point of view
- Snow Hill Island
- stock photograph
- stock picture
- two (quantity)
- two animals
- Weddell Sea
- A group of Emperor penguins, one adult animal and a large group of penguin chicks. A breeding colony.
- A nursery group of Emperor penguin chicks, huddled together, looking around. A breeding colony.
- An adult Emperor penguin with a small chick nuzzling up, and looking upwards.
- Two adult Emperor penguins and a baby chick nestling between them.
- A group of emperor penguins standing on the ice on Snow Hill Island.
- A nursery group of young penguin chicks, with thick grey fluffy coats, grouped beneath a pinnacle of ice.
- Three penguin chicks, in a row, heads seen peering over a snowdrift or ridge in the ice on Snow Hill island.
- An adult Emperor penguin watching over a baby chick on the ice on Snow Hill island.
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