Photo of the Day: Gentoo Penguins Cuverville Island Antarctica

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Gentoo Penguins on Cuverville Island in Antarctica

Home to the largest colony of Gentoo Penguins in the world, Cuverville Island is one of the most popular destinations when going to Antarctica. Here you can find the largest colony of this type of penguin. This little guy was trying to get by as he was bringing rocks back to his nest. Most penguins in Antarctica are very curious and will get very close as long as you stay extremely still!

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Written by Marcello

Marcello Arrambide has been working for freedom his entire life. He’s unlocked the secret through day trading and now wanders the world. Traveling the world for most of his life he has chosen to share with the world how easy it is to travel and live overseas with his travel site Wandering Trader's Travels. He has visited over 30 countries on 4 different continents including Antarctica. Visit my website

2 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Gentoo Penguins Cuverville Island Antarctica”

  1. Ahhhh I want to adopt him!!! So so so cute.

  2. Angie Orth says:

    Love this shot! I just saw Gentoo Penguins myself… though I was at the Melbourne Aquarium, so it’s not quite as cool. Keep the cute pics coming!

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