(Click on any image below to link to a page of pictures of that type of penguin.)
We saw Rockhopper Penguins only on New Island in the Falkland Islands.
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We saw Macaroni Penguins only at Cape Lookout on Elephant Island.
We saw Magellanic Penguins on Carcass Island and at Volunteer Point on East Falkland Island.
Gentoo Penguins were the most widely distributed species that we saw on the voyage. They were the only species that we saw both in the Falkland Islands and in the Antarctic. We saw them on Carcass Island, Volunteer Point on East Falkland Island, Cape Lookout on Elephant Island, Andvord Bay on the Antarctic Peninsula, and Hannah Point on Livingtone Island.
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Chinstrap Penguins are widely distributed in Antarctica. We saw them on Elephant Island, Deception Island and Livingstone Island.
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We saw Adelie Penguins in the Weddell Sea on ice floes and in a large rookery on Paulet Island.
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We saw King Penguins only at Volunteer Point on East Falkland Island.
Hear King Penguins.
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Locations where the photographs were taken in the Falkland Islands include:
Antarctic locations include:
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