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The photographer noticed it too. He was on an expedition and discovered with her a strange animal, for which he is certainly intended Science It should be interesting.
Science: the photographer on an expedition
The photographer is the Belgian Yves Adams. According to Mirror reports, he led a two-month expedition to the South Atlantic in December 2019.
King penguin information:
- The king penguin is the second largest of the penguin species after the emperor penguin
- They belong to the genus of great penguins
- King penguins are divided into two subspecies
- It weighs between 9.3 and 17 kg and reaches a length of 85 to 95 cm
Adams is no ordinary photographer, he specializes in photographing wild animals. During the trip, he discovered an animal he had never seen before. The expedition stopped on an island in South Georgia.
Science: The photographer discovers this strange animal
The reason for the abandonment was a colony of over 120,000 penguins that Adams wanted to photograph. The only animal that came in front of the lens was very different from other animals.
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The penguin had surprisingly light feathers and a special color: it was yellow. “I had never seen or heard of a yellow penguin. There were 120,000 birds on this beach and it was the only yellow bird there, ”said the designer. They were lucky enough to even be able to see the animal. “If he had been 50 yards we wouldn’t have been able to experience this unique demonstration,” said Adams.
Science: Why are penguin feathers yellow?
Science has already shown what the special color of feathers looks like. Penguin cells do not produce melanin. This is why black feathers turn yellow, according to a report.Spiegel
Scientists have also found that the yellow pigment in penguin feathers is chemically different from any other molecule known to impart the color of feathers. (GB)