Photographer Steve Bloom took a trip to Paulet Island in Antarctica and captured Adelie penguins as they swam, hunted for food, and dodged predators in freezing temperatures. Said Bloom, “‘Out at sea they can rest on ice floes or icebergs. They can also travel at high speed across the surface of the water by ‘porpoising’, where they launch themselves out in regular arcs. There is always danger from leopard seals which may be lurking below.” via Hungeree.
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