Edition of 950 Size 20" x 24" unframed

Near a grounded iceberg along Antarctic's Riiser-Larson Ice Shelf, a pair of emperor penguins watch over their three-month old chick.

Standing four feet high and always impeccably dressed, the emperor penguin is by far the world's most impressive bird. They are the largest of seventeen species of penguins and they are the only living creature to breed and overwinter on the open ice of Antarctica.

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