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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguins swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© Goran Ehlme
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Emperor Penguin swimming or flying underwater just below the surface close to the breeding colony at Cape Washington. Ross Sea. Antarctica.
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© B&C Alexander
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Portrait of Gentoo penguin as it flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. Living Coasts
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Common Murre or Guillemot swimming by flying underwater, this bird is common in the North Atlantic and Pacific waters. Living Coasts.
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Tufted Puffin flying underwater as he feeds on small fish. Living Coasts.
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Tufted Puffin flying underwater as he chases small fish. Living Coasts.
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Common Murre or Guillemot swimming underwater, this bird is common in the North Atlantic and Pacific waters. C
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Common Murre or Guillemot swimming underwater, this bird is common in the North Atlantic and Pacific waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Common Murre or Guillemot swimming underwater, this bird is common in the North Atlantic and Pacific waters. C
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Gentoo Penguin swims by flying underwater, the fastest penguin underwater, they can go at 36kmph or 22 mph. Subantarctica. C
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C.
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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Gentoo penguin flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C
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© B&C Alexander
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Portrait of Gentoo penguin as it flies underwater. The fastest swimming penguin, reaching 36kmph (22.3mph) it lives in Antarctic and sub Antarctic waters. C

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