Antarctica

Sliding like penguins on Antarctica family trip

Sliding like penguins on Antarctica family trip

Who needs a sled!

In Antarctica, they're superfluous -- for both humans and penguins. The Chinstrap penguins we watch (so named because of their black markings that resemble a chin strap) effortlessly slide down a big ice floe into the water amid the floating chunks of ice, leaving tracks just like skiers on a powder day.

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