Rockhopper Penguin Eudyptes chrysocome

Rockhopper Penguin
Rockhopper Penguin
Rockhopper Penguins have a bizarre blonde streaks of "hair" sticking out at the sides of their heads, red eyes and red bills. Their feet are pink with black soles and toenails and they jump well.
Rockhopper Penguin
Rockhopper Penguin
They live on rocky southern coasts of South America and on islands in the southern Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Some split them into 3 species or 2-3 subspecies.
Rock music
Rockhopper rock singer Rocky enjoys singing - Rock music?
Rockhopper Penguin rocksinger
Ice with that? "Do you want ice with that?"
Director "I'm a director"
Rockhopper Penguin "toilets this way"
Rockhopper Penguins
Rockhopper Penguin
Rockhopper Penguin
Two subspecies or full species are shown on this page: the Northern Rockhopper (E. (chrysocome) moseleyi) of temperate Atlantic and Indian Ocean islands is shown in most photos; the Southern Rockhopper (E. (chrysocome) chrysocome) of sub-Antarctic waters around Cape Horn and New Zealand is shown above. Individuals differ more in appearance than subspecies.
Rockhopper Penguin juvenile Juvenile Rockhoppers don't have the blonde locks.
Rockhopper Penguin juvenile They look simmilar to Macaroni Penguin juveniles.
Rockhopper Penguin young Initially they have black beaks and feet that turn red/pink later.