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Australia, Phillip Island. Penguins

Anich • 3 minutes read • October 22nd, 2016
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Phillip Island

, I want to show you the planet's most stunning birds - penguins!
1australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpg2australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpg3australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgThe hills were covered with this interesting plants.
4australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgThe ice and strong wind was blowing.
5australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgAntarctica is only 1864 miles (3,000 km) away.
6australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgHere are the penguins!
7australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpg8australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpg9australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgThe workers of the park made houses for penguins so that they feel comfortable :)
10australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpgLater, we went to see the Penguin Parade!
11australia-phillip-island-penguins.jpg Penguin Parade is a unique opportunity to observe penguins in their natural habitat.
There was a reserve built around their habitat.
As soon it begins to get dark, hundreds of penguins come out of the ocean and go home to their children.
They swim in the ocean for the whole day to collect as much food as they can, both for themselves and for their babies.
In total, the park is home to over a thousand (or even more like 3 thousand, alas, I cannot remember) of these beautiful birds.
Have you ever seen so many penguins in one night? :)
Every evening, a huge number of tourists gather to look at this magnificent spectacle.
The event is organized. It is forbidden to shout, run, shine a flashlight and take pictures.

Nobody is against taking photos of the birds, but the ban is because of the flash that can dazzle and frighten penguins.

It was amazing. So don’t forget to visit beautiful Penguin Parade when you come to Australia! :)
Author: Anich
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