Antarctic Album: Chinstrap Penguins of Deception Island

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Deception Island

Credit: Andres Barbosa
Andres Barbosa of the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid and his team have been studying the chinstrap penguins of Deception Island since 1999.…Read More »

Its volcanic origins have shaped the island into a horseshoe shape, with the volcano's caldera at the center. The island is one of the most visited of Antarctica, drawing some 25,000 visitors in the year 2007-08.    Less «
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