Adélie Penguin

Photo taken by Quark passenger, Pam Le Noury

Adélie Penguins can live to be up to 20 years old

Photo taken by Quark passenger, Pam Le Noury

Photo taken by Quark passenger

Adelie Penguin with chicks

Photo taken by Quark passenger

Photo taken by Quark passenger

The Adélie Penguin is the smallest species of penguin to be found in the Antarctic

Photo taken by Quark passenger

Photo taken by Quark passenger

Adélie Penguin weigh about 8 or 9 pounds

Photo taken by Quark passenger

Adélie Penguin photo by Brooke McClure

The penguins in the 2005 animated feature film Madagascar are presumed to be Adélie Penguins

Adélie Penguin photo by Brooke McClure

Photo by Quark passenger B. Johnson

The Adélie Penguin was named in 1840 by French explorer Jules Dumont d’Urville after his wife, Adélie

Photo by Quark passenger B. Johnson

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