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SZ.6014-09
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6014-09
Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
FT.0091-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0091-00
Snow accumulates on the down of an Adelie Penguin chick as it stands in pink guano. Antarctica
NAU0009-02
© B&C Alexander
NAU0009-02
Mining phosphates from Guano. Nauru. The Pacific.
WL.0602-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0602-00
Gentoo penguin (Pygoscelis papua) colonies, Cuverville Island. Antarctic Peninsula
GE.0003-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0003-00
Half grown Adelie Penguin chick sits in a sea of guano on a wet day. Antarctica
TJ.0893-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0893-00
Gentoo Penguins squabble at their nest sites. Neko Harbour. Andvord Bay. Antarctica
TJ.0895-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0895-00
Gentoo penguin egg hatching as the snow falls. Neko Harbour. Antarctica
SZ.1024-27
© B&C Alexander
SZ.1024-27
Very lush plants of scurvy Grass, growing below a kittiwake cliff and covered in guano and feathers. Edge°ya. Svalbard.
TJ.0829-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0829-00
Leopard seal sleeping on an ice floes with faeces coloured from eating krill. Antarctica
TJ.0750-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0750-00
Two King penguins, back to back, one pooping. St Andrew's Bay South Georgia, Sub Antarctic Islands.
WL.0432-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0432-00
Adult arctic hare (Lepus arcticus) eating its own droppings, northern Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada
ANT1934-04
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-04
One of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean is Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Blue Eyed Shags.
ANT1934-05
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-05
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-06
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-06
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-07
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-07
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-08
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-08
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-09
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-09
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-10
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-10
One of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean is Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Blue Eyed Shags.
SZ.0817-33
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0817-33
A small pile of bird dropping from a snow bunting that will in the future feed lichen growth on the rock, like the Elegant orange growing there. Spitsbergen
FT.0315-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0315-00
Chinstrap penguin, Pygoscelis antarctica, nesting in hole. Antarctica.
FT.0284-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0284-00
Immature Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae, jumping off an icy ledge, which is stained with pink guano. Antarctica.
FT.0288-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0288-00
Chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica, mating. The ground is stained with pink guano. Antarctica.
FT.0290-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0290-00
Chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica, caked in guano, with one of them carrying a stone. Antarctica.
FT.0306-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0306-00
Mucky Chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica, squabbling. Antarctica.

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