<p>Wings spread, this Adélie penguin waddles through an Antarctic colony. Its black tail gives it a tuxedo-like appearance.</p> <p><a href="http://nationalgeographicexpeditions.com/expeditions/antarctica-south-georgia-falklands/detail?utm_source=animals.nationalgeographic.com&amp;utm_medium=Link&amp;utm_content=20120109_AnimalsOFAntarcticaPhotoGallery_AntarcticaSouthGeorgiaFalklands&amp;utm_campaign=NGdotcom" target="_blank">Travel with us to Antarctica to see these animals and more</a>.</p>

Adélie Penguin

Wings spread, this Adélie penguin waddles through an Antarctic colony. Its black tail gives it a tuxedo-like appearance.

Travel with us to Antarctica to see these animals and more.

Photograph by George F. Mobley

Animals of Antarctica

Get Antarctic animal pictures (including penguins, seals, and whales) in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

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