Cute scene: these interesting penguins in Antarctica accidentally found a camera and made a selfie

Someone should more often give animal cameras, this is cool.

The expeditions in Antarctica are always strange, because the grapefruit here is full of surprises because of its remoteness and huge unknown land. Penguins are one of the most cute and interesting creatures in this frozen Antarctica!

Eddie Gault, the Australian, went there with his camera to photograph the penguins colonies. He intends to capture a group of imperial penguins and document their daily activities with the help of his camera.

Suddenly, among the charming photographs taken by him, a photograph of the penguins who take a selfie appears!

Imperial penguins are the largest penguins on the planet, their average growth is 45 inches. They are also very active!

Imperial penguins can live up to 20 years and are used to dangerous situations, such as weather conditions in Antarctica. Imperial penguins live in groups and multiply in the winter when females of penguins lay eggs, and males take care of them. Penguins are exemplary fathers!

After Eddie left the camera there, the imperial penguins became interested and approached her, and, as can be seen in the photo, the short -legged penguin slowly went to the camera, turned it over and accidentally made a selfie with other penguins.

Everyone laughed at the cuteness of these two penguins, and this photograph really looks like an album cover!

What smart penguins posed so well! I hope they make more selfies !!!!

See the amazing loving and caring story warming the heart in the video below:

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