Penguins Have Got No Snow

It’s a no-snow for wintry conditions as these penguins know something is missing in Antarctica. Taken on the islands of South Georgia – a notorious breeding colony for royal penguins – 200,000 of the birds were snapped by photographer Sergey Kokinskiy. The naturally curious animals look so out of place that they are almost cartoon-like to watch in what seems to be outside of their natural environment.

It's a no-snow for wintry conditions as these penguins know something is missing in Antarctica. Taken on the islands of South Georgia - a notorious breeding colony for royal penguins - 200,000 of the birds were snapped by photographer Sergey Kokinskiy. The naturally curious animals look so out of place that they are almost cartoon-like to watch in what seems to be outside of their natural environment.

It's a no-snow for wintry conditions as these penguins know something is missing in Antarctica. Taken on the islands of South Georgia - a notorious breeding colony for royal penguins - 200,000 of the birds were snapped by photographer Sergey Kokinskiy. The naturally curious animals look so out of place that they are almost cartoon-like to watch in what seems to be outside of their natural environment.

It's a no-snow for wintry conditions as these penguins know something is missing in Antarctica. Taken on the islands of South Georgia - a notorious breeding colony for royal penguins - 200,000 of the birds were snapped by photographer Sergey Kokinskiy. The naturally curious animals look so out of place that they are almost cartoon-like to watch in what seems to be outside of their natural environment.

It's a no-snow for wintry conditions as these penguins know something is missing in Antarctica. Taken on the islands of South Georgia - a notorious breeding colony for royal penguins - 200,000 of the birds were snapped by photographer Sergey Kokinskiy. The naturally curious animals look so out of place that they are almost cartoon-like to watch in what seems to be outside of their natural environment.