Playful Penguins In Antarctica
Come on in... the water's freezing! Adorable penguins leap into icy ocean in
- Stunning photographs capture the antics of playful penguins leaping into the sea
from rocks in Antarctica
- Photographer tracked gentoo and king penguins over several days on islands of
Cuverville and Wiencke
A leaping penguin takes the plunge into icy waters in Antarctica as its
companions prepare to follow suit in this incredible image.
The playful penguins were captured leaping from rock to rock and jumping into
the sea off Cuverville Island.
Photographer Paul Souders, from Seattle, U.S., spent several days documenting
the antics of gentoo and king penguins in freezing temperatures on Antarctic
islands, capturing breathtaking scenes that resemble a real-life version of the
hit animated film Happy Feet.
After you: The penguins were captured flinging themselves into the ocean from
the rocky shoreline of Cuverville Island in Antarctica by wildlife photographer
Last Updated ( Monday, 25 February 2013 )