More Info & Image Courtesy: Yves Adams
Yellow Penguin, this is another wonderful event, where nature shows its creative art. Here’s a moment I’ve never been lucky enough to capture with a wildlife photographer with its creative wonders spanning billions of years. So, the wildlife photographer was Yves Adams, a photographer and exploration guide. During one of his explorations in the South Atlantic, he encountered a unique animal.
The Belgian photographer was amazed to see this scene and was able to get accurate pictures of this animal. It had more than 100,000 other colonies, but this was the only yellow penguin there.
Yves examined this strange sight on arrival and found that it was a rare pigment mutation. It is called ‘Leucism,’ which rarely happens, and this mutation affects only one in 20,000 – 14,000. This is the first time a ‘yellow penguin’ has been properly captured on camera.
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