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King penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus), Falkland Islands : Stock Photo
King penguins are one of the largest species of penguin, reaching heights of 91-97cm (36-38in). Feed on fish and squid. Breed in large colonies on rocky shorelines. Native to Antarctica and subantarctic islands.

King penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus), Falkland Islands

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King penguins are one of the largest species of penguin, reaching heights of 91-97cm (36-38in). Feed on fish and squid. Breed in large colonies on rocky shorelines. Native to Antarctica and subantarctic islands.
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