Aptenodytes fosteri, emperor penguin - stock photo
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Aptenodytes fosteri, emperor penguin

This emperor penguin, one of the earliest to come to Britain, was one of the many specimens collected by James Clark Ross' Antarctic expedition between 1839 and 1843. The taxidermist who prepared it was not familiar with live emperor penguins and created an unusually long, thin penguin.

Credit
Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Dimensions
1577 x 3533 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
5 x 12 inches / 13 x 30 cm

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