Life in Antarctica

Posted : 2020-02-14 11:08 Updated : 2020-02-14 11:24
A whale swims near an iceberg near Two Hummock Island, Antarctica, February 2, 2020. Picture taken February 2, 2020. Reuters

A chinstrap penguin jumps into the water at Snow Island, Antarctica, January 30, 2020. Reuters

A seal reacts on Snow Island, Antarctica, January 30, 2020. Reuters

A seal rests on top of Snow Island, Antarctica, January 30, 2020. Reuters

An iceberg floats near Lemaire Channel, Antarctica, February 5, 2020. Picture taken February 5, 2020. Reuters

An iceberg floats near Two Hummock Island, Antarctica, February 2, 2020. Picture taken February 2, 2020. Reuters

A group of chinstrap penguins walk on top of an iceberg floating near Lemaire Channel, Antarctica, February 6, 2020. Reuters

A handout photo made available by Greenpeace shows a group of chinstrap penguins on Elephant Island, Antarctica 11 February 2020. The population of chinstrap penguins fell by up to 77% in some Antarctic colonies in the last fifty years, with an average depopulation of around 60%, the Greenpeace environmental organization said Tuesday. EPA

A handout photo made available by Greenpeace shows a group of chinstrap penguins on Elephant Island, Antarctica 11 February 2020. EPA

A group of gentoo penguins walk along Quentin Point, Anvers Island, Antarctica, February 4, 2020. Reuters

A colony of chinstrap penguins walk along a mountain on Two Hummock Island, Antarctica, February 1, 2020. Reuters

A colony of chinstrap penguins gather on Anvers Island, Antarctica, February 4, 2020. Reuters

A seal swims amongst broken pieces of ice near Quentin Point, Anvers Island, Antarctica, February 4, 2020. Reuters

An iceberg floats near Fournier Bay, Antarctica, February 3, 2020. Reuters

General view of a mountain from Fournier Bay, Antarctica, February 3, 2020. Reuters

A peak of rock stands on Snow Island, Antarctica, January 30, 2020. Reuters

The moon shines over icebergs near Fournier Bay, Antarctica, February 3, 2020. Reuters