Nature Watch: Photographer Captures Yellow Penguin

By David Schonauer   Friday February 26, 2021

Belgian landscape and wildlife photographer Yves Adams was leading a two-month photo exhibition in the South Atlantic in December 2019 when the group made a stop on an island in South Georgia to photograph a colony of over 120,000 king penguins. That, notes PetaPixel, is when Adams saw something entirely new — a penguin with bright yellow plumage. The unique bird is believed to be the first yellow-and-white king penguin ever found, adds People magazine. "They all looked normal except for this one,” says Adams.

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