Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) jumping across crevasse, Antarctic : Stock Photo
Adelie penguins are native to the shores of Antarctica. The migrate over the pack ice to favoured breeding grounds where they congregate in large numbers. They nest in the open, on small piles of stones. Their diet consists mainly of krill.

Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) jumping across crevasse, Antarctic

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Adelie penguins are native to the shores of Antarctica. The migrate over the pack ice to favoured breeding grounds where they congregate in large numbers. They nest in the open, on small piles of stones. Their diet consists mainly of krill.
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