Sea Of 200,000 King Penguins

It looks like they’re playing Where’s Wally – but these spectacular shots show 200,000 king penguins searching for their chicks in a stunning sea of black, white and brown. The chaotic scenes make it look impossible for the adult penguins to find their young, but because of their unique begging call amazingly they never get lost. Each year, the king penguin colony at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia, produces an astonishing 50,000 chicks – a number which is on the rise.

It looks like they're playing Where's Wally - but these spectacular shots show 200,000 king penguins searching for their chicks in a stunning sea of black, white and brown. The chaotic scenes make it look impossible for the adult penguins to find their young, but because of their unique begging call amazingly they never get lost. Each year, the king penguin colony at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia, produces an astonishing 50,000 chicks - a number which is on the rise.

It looks like they're playing Where's Wally - but these spectacular shots show 200,000 king penguins searching for their chicks in a stunning sea of black, white and brown. The chaotic scenes make it look impossible for the adult penguins to find their young, but because of their unique begging call amazingly they never get lost. Each year, the king penguin colony at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia, produces an astonishing 50,000 chicks - a number which is on the rise.

It looks like they're playing Where's Wally - but these spectacular shots show 200,000 king penguins searching for their chicks in a stunning sea of black, white and brown. The chaotic scenes make it look impossible for the adult penguins to find their young, but because of their unique begging call amazingly they never get lost. Each year, the king penguin colony at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia, produces an astonishing 50,000 chicks - a number which is on the rise.

It looks like they're playing Where's Wally - but these spectacular shots show 200,000 king penguins searching for their chicks in a stunning sea of black, white and brown. The chaotic scenes make it look impossible for the adult penguins to find their young, but because of their unique begging call amazingly they never get lost. Each year, the king penguin colony at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia, produces an astonishing 50,000 chicks - a number which is on the rise.