Photo of the Day: Magellanic Penguins On Peninsula Valdez, Argentina

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Magellanic penguins dot the Argentina Patagonia landscape along the coast. Peninsula Valdez offers a myriad of sea life viewing opportunities including sea lions, elephant seals, penguins and if you are lucky, killer whales (orcas). As we drove our rented vehicle down the east coast of the peninsula from Punta Norte, we pulled off the side of the road at a penguin mirador (lookout). Signs detailed the penguins migrating and eating behaviors and also explained why they were currently shedding their fur.

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Magellanic Penguins On Peninsula Valdez in Argentina

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One Response to “Photo of the Day: Magellanic Penguins On Peninsula Valdez, Argentina”

  1. I love your animal photos, and this one is also stunning! I never see penguin with that pattern yet. Actually, I haven’t seen any penguins in the wild, just in zoos or sea worlds. When we were in New Zealand, we tried to spot local blue-small penguins there not far from Wellington, but unfortunately we didn’t spot any,
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