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 Gentoo Penguins Cam - Antarctic
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By: lianaliesma (offline) on Sunday, January 19 2014 @ 10:44 AM EST  
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wave Hi! Some time ago I took an interesting snapshot. Could somebody tell what it was? Chin Thank you!



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By: Ferenz (offline) on Sunday, January 19 2014 @ 12:09 PM EST  
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By: Gabi (offline) on Sunday, January 19 2014 @ 12:11 PM EST  
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WelcomeHi lianaliesma Cheers you are very welcome to our penguin thread.



I donīt know what that was on your sīcapture.

One day before you made this snapshot our member Ferenz took a picture of December 16. Whether this " thing " has something to do with the ship ?

I will ask Mr. Martin Grund


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By: Ferenz (offline) on Sunday, January 19 2014 @ 01:41 PM EST  
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Lianaliesma, I guess it was a rolled around iceberg - too big for a diving whale


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By: lianaliesma (offline) on Sunday, January 19 2014 @ 04:00 PM EST  
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Thanks, Gabi, Ferenz wave Would be interested to hear Mr Martin Grund about the object... Smile

17.41 Such a sweet little kid Wub



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By: lianaliesma (offline) on Monday, January 20 2014 @ 03:23 AM EST  
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Good morning! Smile

8.00 One of the eggs - the sibling of the cutie in previous photo - still not hatched and there is no more chance, is it?...


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By: Ferenz (offline) on Monday, January 20 2014 @ 11:29 AM EST  
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Besuch - Antarctic Patrol Almirante Oscar Viel - Icebreaker of Chilean Marine

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilean_Navy
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contraalmi ... _Viel_Toro


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By: Gabi (offline) on Monday, January 20 2014 @ 11:59 AM EST  
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Monday, 01.20.2014



Hi Lianaliesma, Ferenz, Bev , Caroly and Judy. wave Hi Penguin Friends wave

Ferenz and Lianaliesma, thank you so much for your stunning pictures Bravo

Lianaliesma: Despite the two eggs being laid 3-4 days apart from each other and a incubation time of 34 - 36 days , the chicks always hatch within a space of 24 hours. I guess the second eggs isnīt fertilized and the sibling will not hatch !

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