I Had No Clue What I Was Seeing In This First Picture. Then I Zoomed In And…OMG.

I Had No Clue What I Was Seeing In This First Picture. Then I Zoomed In And…OMG.

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From a distance it’s quite hard to know what you’re seeing here, but as you look closer and closer you’ll see just how amazing mother nature can be.

The chicks take between 10 to 13 months to raise, and seeing how they cannot regulate their body temperature very well the parents have to care for them round the clock for the first three weeks. After that initial period they put the chicks into one of these “day care” creches, returning only every two or three days with food for their young.

All these pictures were taken at the shoreline of the southern Atlantic Ocean island of South Georgia, which is a British territory close to the Falklands. It’s one of the main breeding colonies for King Penguins.

Source: Liam Quinn on flickr.com and dailymail.co.uk

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