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It’s how they survive the penguins in the freezing cold!

With their bodies glued to each other, tight – tight, and while the snow and… ice the “hit” senseless, little penguins, they find the “strength in numbers” solution to survive in the wild cold of the Antarctic.Παραδειγματιζόμενοι from the adult penguins, the little they know from early on that the shelter for the cold they will find each other and together, as the thermometer falls much below zero degrees Celsius.The 53-year-old Gunther Riehle of Germany defied the difficult conditions to capture in the lens of the moment. “Little penguins are huddled together for shelter, warmth, as do the adults. The penguins of photography is about three months. There are two colonies in the area where we camped, a small with a few hundreds and a large one with thousands,” describes.”The penguins stay huddled together for hours, especially during the night and the blizzard,” he explains.

With their bodies glued to each other, tight – tight, and while the snow and… ice the “hit” senseless, little penguins, they find the “strength in numbers” solution to survive in the wild cold of the Antarctic.
Παραδειγματιζόμενοι from the adult penguins, the little they know from early on that the shelter for the cold they will find each other and together, as the thermometer falls much below zero degrees Celsius.
The 53-year-old Gunther Riehle of Germany defied the difficult conditions to capture in the lens of the moment. “Little penguins are huddled together for shelter, warmth, as do the adults. The penguins of photography is about three months. There are two colonies in the area where we camped, a small with a few hundreds and a large one with thousands,” he describes.
“The penguins are left huddled together for hours, especially during the night and the blizzard,” he explains.

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