Emperor Penguin Animal Pictures

Aptenodytes forsteri

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Michael Van Woert - Public Domain

© Michael Van Woert - Public Domain

Emperor penguins, Ross Sea, Antarctica

Emperor penguin flapping its wings in water swimming as if it were flying in cold dark blue water. Environmental background.

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An Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) diving under icepack

Emperor Penguins in Antarctica

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Emperor Penguins returning to Cape Crozier Colony, Antarctica

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An Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) in Antarctica

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A molting Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

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Emperor Penguin Chick With Parent

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An Emperor Penguin sliding on its front.

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Emperor Penguins A passel of penguins inside the penguin-puffin house at the St. Louis Zoo BFS Man / CC BY 2.0 / flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/bfs_man/5962985340 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Emperor Penguins
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Emperor Penguins at St. Louis Zoo, USA.

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An Emperor Penguin jumping out of the water.

Emperor Penguin feeding its chick at Snow Hill Emperor Penguin Colony, Antarctica, October 2018.

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An Emperor Penguin feeding its chick at Snow Hill Emperor Penguin Colony, Antarctica.

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Emperor Penguins with a chick. The black and white “tuxedo” look donned by most penguin species is a clever camouflage called countershading.