Chinstrap Penguin

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

The name Chinstrap originates from the thin black line that runs from ear to ear under their chin

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Chinstrap Penguins reach heights between 71 and 76 cms (28 - 30 inches) and they weigh between 3 and 4.5 Kgs (6.5 - 10 lbs).

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Chinstrap Penguins build their nests from stones

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Chinstrap's showing affection towards eachother

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Chinstrap Penguins live in large colonies all around Antarctica, but mainly on the South Sandwich Islands.

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

Chinstrap Penguins are one of the boldest and most aggressive species of penguin.

Photo taken by Quark, passenger Harbard

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