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Aptenodytes forsteri G.R. Gray, 1844

Deutsch: Ei von Kaiserpinguin. Jacques Perrin de Brichambaut.
English: Egg of Emperor Penguin. Collection of Jacques Perrin de Brichambaut.
Français: Œuf de Manchot empereur. Collection de Jacques Perrin de Brichambaut.
Place of discovery
Deutsch: Archipel de Pointe Géologie, Adélieland.
English: Archipel de Pointe Géologie, Adélie Land.
Français: Archipel de Pointe Géologie, Terre Adélie.
Date 3 November 2012
Photographer Didier Descouens
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Camera location

43° 35′ 38.03″ N, 1° 26′ 57.23″ E

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