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© B&C Alexander
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Rockhopper Penguin portrait, red beak and eye with yellow crest. New Island. Falkland Islands.
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© B&C Alexander
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Male Rockhopper Penguin gives an ecstatic display to his mate with an egg. New Island. Falkland Islands.
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© T. Jacobsen
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Rock-hopper penguin Eudyptes chrysocome carrying dried faeces as a courting gift, should have got a stone! Falkland Islands;
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© T. Jacobsen
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Curious Rockhopper Penguin, watched by a black-browed Albatross and another penguin. Falkland Islands;
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© T. Jacobsen
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Rockhopper Penguin, sits high above the sea. Falkland Islands;
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Quest Bay, Gough Island. UNESCO World Heritage site.
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Quest Bay, Gough Island. UNESCO World Heritage site.
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Quest Bay, Gough Island. UNESCO World Heritage site.
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Quest Bay, Gough Island. UNESCO World Heritage site.
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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The world population of Northern Rockhopper has declined by 90% in the past 60 years, so it is Engangered. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin, moulting its long crest feathers. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin, moulting its long crest feathers. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wild looking Northern Rockhopper Penguin, moulting its long crest feathers. Nightingale Island, Tristan da Cunha
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© T. Jacobsen
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Rockhopper Penguin chicks. West Point Island. The Falkland Islands.

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