76 resultados para south sandwich islands

  • 841-08887252

    Chinstrap penguin group (Pygoscelis antarctica), Saunders island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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    Southern rockhopper penguin group (Eudyptes chrysocome), Saunders Island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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    Chinstrap penguin colony (Pygoscelis antarctica), Saunders Island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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    Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae), South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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  • 862-05999090

    King penguins waddle along the shoreline at Salisbury Plain. The vast plain is home to South Georgia s second largest King Penguin rookery.

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  • 841-08887249

    Penguins, Saunders Island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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    Southern rockhopper penguin group (Eudyptes chrysocome), Saunders Island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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  • 841-08887253

    Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella) and a huge Chinstrap penguin colony (Pygoscelis antarctica) on a black volcanic beach, Saunders Island, South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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  • 862-05999081

    King penguins at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999100

    A Macaroni Penguin at Stromness. The old whaling station at Stromness became famous when Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia there in 1916.

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  • 862-05999083

    A visitor photographing King penguins at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999073

    The appropriately named Shag Rocks rise over 70 metres straight out of the sea and form a part of Britains South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. They are home to countless blue-eyed shags.

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  • 862-05999079

    King penguins at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999114

    Katabatic winds and rough seas off the southeast coast of South Georgia. The winds reached 70 knots that afternoon before dying down as dusk fell.

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  • 862-05999092

    A visitor photographing King Penguins at Salisbury Plain. The vast plain is home to South Georgia s second largest King Penguin rookery.

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  • 862-05999077

    King penguins and an unfledged chick in down feathers at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999110

    The Norwegian Lutheran Church at Grytviken was prefabricated in Norway and erected by whalers in 1913. It is one of the most southerly in the world. In 1922, Sir Ernest Shakelton s body lay in this church before burial.

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  • 862-05999113

    Two King penguins calling at Grytviken, which was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965. It is now the headquarters of the South Georgia administration.

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  • 862-05999101

    A Macaroni Penguin at Stromness. The old whaling station at Stromness became famous when Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia there in 1916.

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  • 862-05999080

    King penguins at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999098

    A herd of reindeers behind the old whaling station at Stromness. They are descended from the third introduction of seven reindeer from Norway which were released at Husvik in 1925.

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  • 862-05999116

    Sunset over the Salvesen Range at the southern end of South Georgia  a treeless sub-Antarctic island within the Polar Front.

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  • 862-05999102

    A tabular iceberg in rough seas off Cumberland Bay in South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999106

    The old whaling boat,  Petrel , at Grytviken which was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 to 1965. Built in 1928, Petrel was used for whaling until 1956 when she was converted for sealing.

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  • 862-05999074

    A Zodiac inflatable boat leaving the expedition ship Ocean Nova for Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia

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  • 693-03311297

    UK, South Georgia Island, colony of King Penguins marching on beach, side view

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  • 693-03311303

    UK, South Georgia Island, two King Penguins walking

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  • 693-03311296

    UK, South Georgia Island, colony of King Penguins marching on beach, side view

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  • 693-03311301

    UK, South Georgia Island, three King Penguins on beach, elevated view

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  • 862-05999085

    A male southern elephant seal sleeping on the beach at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia. They are the largest seals in the world; males can weigh up to four tons.

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  • 6119-08907802

    Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae), South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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    Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae), South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, Polar Regions

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  • 841-08887248

    Tourists watching Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae), South Sandwich islands, Antarctica

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  • 841-08887246

    Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella), Grytviken, South Georgia, Antarctica

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  • 862-05999115

    A part of the Salvesen Range at the southern end of South Georgia  a treeless sub-Antarctic island within the Polar Front.

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  • 862-05999112

    A southern elephant seal pup at Grytviken. Grytviken was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965. It is now the headquarters of the South Georgia administration.

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  • 862-05999109

    The main accommodation block at Grytviken Whaling Station housed 100 workers with four bunk beds to a room when it was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965.

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  • 862-05999108

    A massive pile of rusting anchor chain  a relic from the days when Grytviken was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965. In its heyday, it employed 300 men, mostly Norwegian.

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  • 862-05999107

    Old whaling boats at Grytviken which was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965. Grytviken is now the headquarters of the South Georgia administration.

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  • 862-05999111

    The interior of the Norwegian Lutheran Church at Grytviken, which was prefabricated in Norway and erected by whalers in 1913. In 1922, Sir Ernest Shakelton s body lay here before burial.

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  • 862-05999105

    A male southern elephant seal at Grytviken. Grytviken was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 until it closed in 1965. It is now the headquarters of the South Georgia administration.

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  • 862-05999104

    A fur seal at Grytviken. Grytviken was South Georgia s longest running whaling station, operating from 1904 to 1965. It is now the headquarters of the South Georgia administration.

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  • 862-05999103

    A tabular iceberg in rough seas off Cumberland Bay in South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999099

    A fur seal at Stromness Bay. The old whaling station at Stromness became famous when Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia there in 1916.

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  • 862-05999097

    The old whaling station at Stromness. Here, Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia in 1916. The station began operating in 1913. It was converted to a ship repair yard in 1931 until it closed in 1961.

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  • 862-05999096

    The old whaling station at Stromness. Here, Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia in 1916. The station began operating in 1913. It was converted to a ship repair yard in 1931 until it closed in 1961.

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  • 862-05999095

    The old whaling station at Stromness. Here, Ernest Shakleton ended his epic crossing of South Georgia in 1916. The station began operating in 1913. It was converted to a ship repair yard in 1931 until it closed in 1961.

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  • 862-05999094

    A juvenile wandering Albatross on Prion Island. The parents feed the single chick for up to ten months. They will breed every two years.

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  • 862-05999093

    A male and female Southern elephant seal at Salisbury Plain. The males are generally twice as long as females and may be four times heavier. They have what appears to be a trunk protruding from the front of their faces.

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  • 862-05999091

    A magnificent wildlife spectacle at Salisbury Plain. The vast plain is home to South Georgia s second largest King Penguin rookery.

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  • 862-05999089

    King penguins emerge from the sea at Salisbury Plain. The vast plain is home to South Georgia s second largest King Penguin rookery.

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  • 862-05999088

    A King penguin passes close to a fur seal at Salisbury Plain. The vast plain is home to South Georgia s second largest King Penguin rookery.

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  • 862-05999087

    A Zodiac inflatable boat bring visitors ashore to a wet landing at Salisbury Plain from the expedition ship Ocean Nova.

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  • 862-05999086

    Zodiac inflatable boats leaving Right Whale Bay for the expedition ship Ocean Nova.

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  • 862-05999084

    King penguins walk in line straight past a fur seal at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999082

    A King penguin colony at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999078

    A large colony of King penguins with unfledged chicks in down feathers at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia.

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  • 862-05999076

    A fur seal in tussock grass at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia. The concentrations of fur seals on South Georgia are the densest of any marine mammal in the world. King penguins are in the background.

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  • 862-05999075

    A fur seal in tussock grass at Right Whale Bay near the northeast tip of South Georgia. The concentrations of fur seals on South Georgia are the densest of any marine mammal in the world.

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  • 862-05999072

    A Northern Giant Petrel in flight off Shag Rocks. These birds are the size of a small albatross and have a single tubular nostril on the top of the bill.

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  • 862-05999071

    A Wandering Albatross in flight off Shag Rocks. These albatrosses have the largest wingspan of any living bird in the world, averaging between 8 feet and 11.5 feet

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  • 628-02197963

    Lonely adelie penguin on pack ice

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    Dirty adelie penguin

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  • 693-03311306

    UK, South Georgia Island, two King Penguins standing side by side, close up

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  • 693-03311298

    UK, South Georgia Island, colony of King Penguins

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  • 693-03311308

    UK, South Georgia Island, three King Penguins, close up

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  • 693-03311305

    UK, South Georgia Island, two King Penguins standing side by side, close up, side view

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  • 693-03311302

    UK, South Georgia Island, three King Penguins standing on beach

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  • 693-03311299

    UK, South Georgia Island, two King Penguins doing mating dance, close up

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  • 693-03311300

    UK, South Georgia Island, two King Penguins opposite each other, side view

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  • 693-03311290

    UK, South Georgia Island, juvenile King Penguin on beach, close up

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    UK, South Georgia Island, colony of juvenile King Penguins on beach

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  • 693-03311304

    UK, South Georgia Island, King Penguin feeding chick, close up

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  • 693-03311291

    Antarctica, South Georgia Island, Weddell Seal on pebble beach, close up

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    UK, South Georgia Island, three King Penguins standing side by side, close up

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    South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Ribbon Waving Flag Isolated on White. Vector Illustration. South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Flag with Sharp Corners

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