Penguins are seabirds, living in the southern hemisphere and unable to fly. There are several species, such as the emperor penguin, the king penguin or the gentoo penguin. Their discovery has given rise to numerous scientific engravings, representing these birds having no equivalents in the rest of the world.
Penguins live and move in groups. This characteristic makes their movements impressive and photogenic. Therefore, whether through the scientific gaze of Paul NICKLEN or the intimate gaze of Kyriakos KAZIRAS, the beauty of these species is recounted.