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    • Byron Schilling

      penguins on iceberg.....HOW DO THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS TAKE THE COLD LIKE THIS.?........MOTHER NATURE I GUESS.

    • Susan Pletscher

      Chinstrap Penguins at home in the southern part of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica on the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf- Kevin Schafer - Art for Conservation

    • RaKel Jenkins Recznik

      Chinstrap Penguins ~ Artist: Kevin Schafer Much of the southern part of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica, home for these Chinstraps, is permanent ice - the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf. The remainder of the ice shelves which used to extend roughly 3900 square miles over the Weddell Sea had completely disappeared by 2002. Global warming is changing the habitat for all Ice dwelling inhabitants.

    • Rhian Non

      Chinstrap penguins on Filchner Ronne Ice Shelf, Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Chinstrap Penguins are medium-sized penguins, easily recognized by their white face and the fine black line across the cheeks.

    • Jill Spirup

      Chinstrap Penguins on Ice Shelf, Antarctica.

    • davida

      Antarctica, penguins on the edge ...

    • Kat's Thrifty Treasures

      Penguins on Blue Ice Shelf

    • Wanda Quiles Algarin

      Blue ice penguins

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