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Nature

Photo: RALPH LEE HOPKINS/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.


An Adélie penguin jumps off an iceberg on Brown Bluff, at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. This penguin, known for its blue-black back, white chest and belly, and a distinctive white ring around each eye, is one of the smallest species of penguin. It can be found on the Antarctic coastline and nearby islands.

 

 

 

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