The Adélie Penguin is a penguin species that is found in the Antarctic. They are one of the most common penguin species, and are known for their distinctive black and white coloring.
Adélie Penguins are excellent swimmers and divers, and can be found in a variety of coastal habitats, including ice shelves and glaciers. They feed primarily on krill, but will also consume fish and squid.
Adélie Penguins breed in colonies of thousands of birds, and both parents share the responsibility of incubating eggs and caring for chicks.
These penguins are considered to be a threatened species due to climate change, which is impacting their habitat and food supply. Despite these challenges, Adélie Penguins remain an important part of the Antarctic ecosystem.