Hey !You don't know me and I don't know you, I clicked randomly and I found your blog ! I'm a 20 year-old French male, studying in a business school, in exchange for 1 year in Canada-Montréal. My final goal for now is to work for an NGO, hopefully the UN (dream ...)You "know" who I am so would you be courtly enough to briefly tell me what you are doing in Antartic, as a travel lover I have a lot of stars in the eyes ... Are you there for work ? "tourism" ? what do you do ? What gave you the opportunity to go there ?Hope you'll have the time to answer me !Guillaumeguillaume12@gmail.comguillaumemontreal2006.blogspot.com
That's so cool...i might just have to watch it once more before i start my essay...The adults look quite big- do they ever attack people? Hope you're well,Emma
When are you taking the beard off?
What happened next? Did Liz capture and eat the penguin chicks? You're right, the fat one did look tasty.
Oh how wonderful! What did it feel like to be so close to the penguins? (It's much more fun to see this video taken by a real person with a blog than going to the movies to see "March of the Penguins" by the way).
Fantastic animals!Greets from belgium!
Hi people I do not know what to give for Christmas of the to friends, advise something ....
Thank-you for posting that for those of us stuck in the northern hemisphere.
Been following your blog for a few months and gave the link to some science teachers who now share it with their students. Great video! I watch it whenever I'm having a bad day...can't stay down looking at such cute critters! Thanks a bunch for all the education!
I just took my nephews to see a movie called Happy Feet. I'm not sure if you know about it. It's about a Penguin that dances instead of sings. Your pictures caught my eye because they penguins in the movie look just like the ones in your pictures.
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