Antarctic Penguins: A visual Journey
Authors » David Merron, Fabrice Genevois,
“A Visual Journey takes you into the lives of these fascinating creatures which thrive in some of the most remote places on Earth.“
All countries except Argentina: Payment in USD by credit card or other means enabled through PayPal.
Argentina: Payment in AR$ with a Credit or Debit card through Mercado Pago.
We ship anywhere in the world. Shipping costs are calculated according to the destination at the time of purchase and can be clearly indicated BEFORE proceeding to payment.+ view more info
All information about the catalog and format of books, payments, shipments, policies and terms of returns or exchanges, promos, wholesale sales, cookies is available in the Frequently Asked Questions section.+ view more info
Since their discovery by European sailors in the late 15th century, penguins have captivated our interest. With their peculiar upright stance and often humorous waddling gait, these flightless birds look vaguely human and are among the world’s best loved creatures.
Contrary to popular belief, only six penguin species are indigenous to the Antarctic and few people have had the opportunity to observe them in their natural habitat.
Between the southern tip of South America and the Antarctic Peninsula lies the Scotia Sea, an area with the greatest diversity of penguins in the Antarctic region and thus the perfect destination for a “Penguin Safari”.
With exclusive and stunning images by wildlife photographer David Merron and words by biologist and seabird expert Fabrice Genevois, Antarctic Penguins: A Visual Journey takes you into the lives of these fascinating creatures which thrive in some of the most remote places on Earth.
Category » Photography
Pages » 120
Format » 20 x 25 cm
Edition # / Year / ISBN »
English 1ra / 2019 / 978-987-3723-16-2