Wildlife Photographer Captured Extremely Rare Yellow Penguin In Once-In-A-Lifetime Photos
A Wildlife Photographer Has Shared A Once-In-A-Lifetime Photo Of What He Believes Is A “Never Before Seen” Yellow Penguin. Yves Adams, who’s a Belgian landscape and wildlife photographer spotted the wonderfully unique king penguin sporting a bright yellow plumage – as opposed to the usual black feathers.
All while leading a two-month photography expedition throughout Antarctica and the South Atlantic. The group made a stop on an island in South Georgia to photograph a colony of over 120,000 king penguins. Adams noticed the unusual sight when unloading some safety equipment and food onto Salisbury Plain, he had never before seen. a penguin with such bright yellow plumage. "I'd never seen or heard of a yellow penguin before," the photographer tells Kennedy News.