Large Groups Make Finding A Mate More Likely


King penguins gather at the northern parts of Antarctica, South Georgia, to breed on the large expanses of barren land.


Penguins are used to walking together and acting as a big family.

The habitat is largely undisturbed by humans and on arrival they immediately begin to find a mate, trumpeting their call hoping to be heard above the wailing of other competitors.

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