Pebbles at Port Lockroy

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Pebbles at Port Lockroy

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Penguins are such funny, but such enduring little creatures. Each spring, they build their nests out of small pebbles they find along the beach. Naturally, while the females are sitting on their eggs, the lazy males wander to other unsuspecting neighbors and steal their pebbles. At the British Antarctic Heritage museum named Port Lockroy, buildings were built around old nesting sites, and still to this day, are annually occupied by gentoo penguins. As I was standing near this building, watching the penguins fight, I watched this little guy wander from another nesting site over to this group, steal a pebble, and start his trek back. A heck of a lot better than heading down to the water, I suppose.

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