Non breeding juvenile Adelie Penguin, pygoscelis adeliae, with a pebble in its beak practicing nest building in the rookery at Cape Adare, Ross Sea, Antarctica. The pebble beaches of Cape Adare hold the largest breeding rookery of Adelie Penguins in Antarctica numbering about 300,000 breeding pairs.
Canon EOS, zoom lens.
(Featured in The World as we See it, or as we Missed it.)

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