Ross Sea, Antarctica, 2011
33.5 × 22.5 in / 85.1 × 57.2 cm / Edition of 10
46.5 × 31 in / 118.1 × 78.7 cm / Edition of 10
The commitment an emperor penguin parent displays when providing for its chick is a warmth unmatched on Antarctica's raw sea ice. Males fast for two months as they incubate eggs in -40℉ weather, losing nearly a third of their body weight in the process. Meanwhile, females march upwards of 180 miles and navigate frigid, predator-filled waters to provide a belly full of krill, fish, and squid.

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