U.S. Antarctic Program - Antarctic Photo Library United States Antarctic Program United States Antarctic Program Logo National Science Foundation Logo
Find Results
with all of the words
with the exact phrase
with at least one of the words
without the words
date taken after date taken before
Search within Order by
Chinstrap penguins on a rock in Antarctica.
Date Taken:
December 22, 2014
Photograph By:
Jeff Keller, NSF

Chinstrap penguins near Palmer Station, Antarctica. Chinstraps are a penguin species in the genus Pygoscelis, most closely associated with Adélie and gentoo penguins. Chinstraps often select rocky and ice-free slopes, preferably above nesting gentoos and Adélies. They have been known to bully other penguins from their nests in order to take over the nest as their own.

Download This Image

By downloading this image, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the USAP Photo Library Usage Agreement.

I agree to the terms and conditions

Print and electronic media may use the photos free of charge; however, the photographer and the National Science Foundation must be credited.

Schools, educational and encyclopedia publishers, and similar institutions may use the photos freely to further educational awareness of Antarctica.

No one may reproduce the photos for personal or commercial profit, use the photos on products for sale (i.e., t-shirts, coffee mugs) or use the photos for advertisement without express permission from the photographer. For more information, contact the Photo Librarian.

Curator: Antarctic Support Contract, Communications   |    NSF Point of Contact: Peter West, Office of Polar Programs