[National Geographic Wallpaper] King Penguin (임금펭귄)
South Georgia island, Falkland Islands
Though covered in a coat of thick, soft, brown feathers, a juvenile king penguin must wait to enter the water until the age of ten months, when its first set of waterproof, adult feathers begins to grow in. Until then, chicks are entirely dependent on their parents for food.
(Photograph shot on assignment for, but not published in, "Shackleton: Epic of Survival," November 1998, National Geographic magazine)