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Royal Penguin Collection

The Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) is a species of penguin native to the sub-Antarctic islands of Macquarie, Heard and Kerguelen

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Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Bowers, Wilson, and Cherry-Garrard About To Leave For Cafe Crozier, 27 June 1911, (1913)

Bowers, Wilson, and Cherry-Garrard About To Leave For Cafe Crozier, 27 June 1911, (1913). Lieutenant Henry Birdie Bowers (1883-1912)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin chicks (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea

Emperor penguin chicks (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri), chick, Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea

Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri), chick, Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri), chick and adults, Snow Hill Island

Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri), chick and adults, Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin chick and adulta (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island

Emperor penguin chick and adulta (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus), Royal Bay, South Georgia, Polar Regions

Macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus), Royal Bay, South Georgia, Polar Regions

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin chick and adults (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island

Emperor penguin chick and adults (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: At the London Zoo - at the Penguin Pool, 1939, (1947). Creator: Unknown

At the London Zoo - at the Penguin Pool, 1939, (1947). Creator: Unknown
At the London Zoo - at the Penguin Pool, 1939, (1947). The future Queen Elizabeth II in the penguin enclosure designed by Berthold Lubetkin

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) walks along the beach

Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) walks along the beach. Sandy bay, Macquarie Island, Australian Territory

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Aircraft Crash, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1991

Aircraft Crash, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1991
The remains of a two seater Cessna 150 Aerobat aircraft which crashed near the road between Lostwithiel and Couchs Mill. The pilot, Lionel Burrows, and his passenger escaped with minor injuries

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: HMS Edinburgh Visits South Georgia

HMS Edinburgh Visits South Georgia
HMS Edinburgh has paid a visit to South Georgia as part of her patrol of the South Atlantic and islands of British overseas territorys

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Chart of Adventure Bay, Van Dieman's Land, c. 1773 (w/c on paper)

Chart of Adventure Bay, Van Dieman's Land, c. 1773 (w/c on paper)
RNM286357 Chart of Adventure Bay, Van Dieman's Land, c.1773 (w/c on paper) by Fannin, Peter (fl.1773); National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, Hampshire

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) colony, Macquarie Island, Australian Territory

Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) colony, Macquarie Island, Australian Territory

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Sub-Antarctic / Brown skua (Stercorarius antarcticus) flying away with egg stolen from a

Sub-Antarctic / Brown skua (Stercorarius antarcticus) flying away with egg stolen from a Royal penguin colony (Eudyptes schlegeli), Macquarie Island, Australian Territory. December

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: a: Common Common Goldfish (Mergus merganser), b: Common Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)

a: Common Common Goldfish (Mergus merganser), b: Common Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)
XEE4117412 a: Common Common Goldfish (Mergus merganser), b: Common Grebe (Podiceps cristatus), c: Common Loon (Colimbus glacialis), d: Black Guillenot (Cephis grylle), Great Pinguoin (Alca impennis)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: The Royal Penguin in the Zoological Societys Gardens, Regents Park (engraving)

The Royal Penguin in the Zoological Societys Gardens, Regents Park (engraving)
1610274 The Royal Penguin in the Zoological Societys Gardens, Regents Park (engraving) by Keyl, Friedrich Wilhelm (1823-71); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Ascot Opening Day. The ladies put on their best silk frocks and silliest hats

Royal Ascot Opening Day. The ladies put on their best silk frocks and silliest hats. They strutted around like superior Falkland penguins

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) collects a pebble for its nest on the beach

Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) collects a pebble for its nest on the beach. Sandy bay, Macquarie Island, Australian Territory

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Subantarctic or Brown skua (Stercorarius antarcticus) stealing an egg from a Royal

Subantarctic or Brown skua (Stercorarius antarcticus) stealing an egg from a Royal penguin colony (Eudyptes schlegeli) on Macquarie Island, Australian Territory

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Giant penguin chromolithograph 1896

Giant penguin chromolithograph 1896
The Royal Natural History by Richard Lydekker, London - Frederick Warne & Co and New York 1896

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Joyce and the Dogs in the Penguin Rookery, c1908, (1909)

Joyce and the Dogs in the Penguin Rookery, c1908, (1909). Royal Naval seaman and explorer Ernest Joyce with expedition dogs

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Penguins on parade for the King, 1934 (1935)

Penguins on parade for the King, 1934 (1935). King George V and Queen Mary visiting Edinburgh Zoo. From King Emperors Jubilee, by F. G. H. Salusbury [Daily Express Publications, London, 1935]

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli), Macquarie Island, Antarctica

Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli), Macquarie Island, Antarctica

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: To Worlds End - Royal Navy completes historic patrol

To Worlds End - Royal Navy completes historic patrol
Pictured is HMS Protector viewed from Inexpressible Island. HMS Protector is the Royal Navys Ice patrol Ship and is deployed on operations for 330 days a year

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: A King and the Sultan. The Sultan of Zanzibar and the King Penguin at the Zoo

A King and the Sultan. The Sultan of Zanzibar and the King Penguin at the Zoo
" A King " and the Sultan. The Sultan of Zanzibar and the King Penguin at the Zoo. 3 June 1929

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Rookery of king penguins with snowy sheathbills on the shores of South Georgia Island, Antarctica

Rookery of king penguins with snowy sheathbills on the shores of South Georgia Island, Antarctica
Colony of king penguins, Aptenodytes patagonicus, on South Georgia Island

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Antarctica, South Georgia Island, St. Andrews Bay, A Pair of King Penguins

Antarctica, South Georgia Island, St. Andrews Bay, A Pair of King Penguins

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Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Prince Charles on Sea Lion Island, March 1999 In The Falklands with the Penguins

Prince Charles on Sea Lion Island, March 1999 In The Falklands with the Penguins

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Prince Charles kneels on Seal Island in March 1999 in the Falklands with

Prince Charles kneels on Seal Island in March 1999 in the Falklands with the Penguins

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Picture No. 10862758

Picture No. 10862758
Royal penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) breeding pair, Macquarie Island, Tasmania, Australian SubAntarctic Date

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Emperor penguin chick (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea

Emperor penguin chick (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Masbadges - 7. The RFC bird

Masbadges - 7. The RFC bird
Masbadges! Regimental mascots and badges in one! No. 7 is the Royal Flying Corps Bird, which looks rather like a penguin. Date: 1918

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Antarctica, South Georgia, Royal Bay. Macaroni Penguins prepare to enter water. Credit as

Antarctica, South Georgia, Royal Bay. Macaroni Penguins prepare to enter water. Credit as: Don Grall / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Macquerie Island, Australia. A pair of Royal penguins come ashore

Macquerie Island, Australia. A pair of Royal penguins come ashore

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: London; The Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London. The North End of the Arcade

London; The Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London. The North End of the Arcade seen from the inside. 18 February 1959

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Three Royal Penguins on beach

Three Royal Penguins on beach
Three Royal Penguins walking down Sandy Bay beach on Macquarie Island in the Australian Sub Antarctic. Two of the penguins have one foot in the air and raised flippers

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Penguin walking on grey beach

Royal Penguin walking on grey beach
Royal penguin walking on the beach at Sandy Bay, Macquarie Island in the Australian Sub Antarctic. The penguin has his flippers extended

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Penguin walking on beach

Royal Penguin walking on beach
Royal Penguin walking on the beach at Sandy Bay, Macquarie Island in the Australian Sub Antarctic. The penguin is in profile with his head turned towards the camera

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Three Royal Penguins walking on beach

Three Royal Penguins walking on beach
Three Royal Penguins walking on the beach at Sandy Bay, Macquarie Island, in the Australian Sub Antarctic. The penguins are in profile but the leader has his head turned towards the camera

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal penguin (aptenodytes patagonicus) on white background, close-up

Royal penguin (aptenodytes patagonicus) on white background, close-up

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: One-year-old King penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus), side view

One-year-old King penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus), side view

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Pair of King penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus) swimming together, side view

Pair of King penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus) swimming together, side view

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Eudyptes schlegeli, royal penguin

Eudyptes schlegeli, royal penguin
Ff. 80. Pencil drawing by George Forster annotated Aptenodytes chhrysocome and made during Captain James Cooks second voyage to explore the southern continent (1772-75)

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Penguin, (Eudyptes schlegeli) returning from sea, Macquarie Island, Australian sub-Antarctic

Royal Penguin, (Eudyptes schlegeli) returning from sea, Macquarie Island, Australian sub-Antarctic

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) return from sea, Macquarie Island, Austalian sub-Antarctic

Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) return from sea, Macquarie Island, Austalian sub-Antarctic

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) close-up of moulted feathers, Ross Glacier, Royal Bay

King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) close-up of moulted feathers, Ross Glacier, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Background imageRoyal Penguin Collection: Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult, swimming at sea, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult, swimming at sea, Royal Bay, South Georgia



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Royal Penguin Collection

The Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli) is a species of penguin native to the sub-Antarctic islands of Macquarie, Heard and Kerguelen, and is the largest of all crested penguins, standing up to 76 cm tall and weighing up to 4.5 kg, distinctive black head with white ear patches, a white chin and throat, black upperparts and white underparts. Its bill is bright orange-red with a pale yellow tip. Its breeding habitat includes rocky coasts and sandy beaches on these islands where it builds its nest in large colonies. It feeds mainly on krill, squid and fish which it catches while swimming underwater in search of food. The Royal Penguin is considered vulnerable due to its limited range but populations are currently stable thanks to conservation efforts by local governments in the region.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Royal Penguin collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the charming penguins. These birds are known for their distinctive yellow crests on their heads and striking black-and-white plumage. Our collection showcases these adorable creatures in various poses and settings - waddling across the ice, swimming in crystal-clear waters or huddling together to keep warm. Each item in the Royal Penguin collection is carefully crafted using high-quality materials that ensure longevity and durability. Whether you're looking to add a touch of whimsy to your home decor or searching for unique gifts for loved ones who adore penguins, our collection has something for everyone. With its beautiful imagery and attention to detail, the Royal Penguin collection captures the essence of these beloved birds while providing an excellent way to bring nature into your living space.
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What are Royal Penguin (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints?

Royal Penguin art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring the Royal Penguin, a species of penguin found in sub-Antarctic regions. These prints showcase the unique characteristics and behaviors of this fascinating bird, including its distinctive yellow crest feathers and playful nature. These art prints are created using advanced printing techniques that ensure accurate color reproduction and exceptional detail. They are available in a variety of sizes to suit any space or decor style, from small desk-sized prints to large statement pieces for living rooms or offices. Whether you're an avid bird lover looking to add some avian flair to your home or office, or simply appreciate the beauty and majesty of these remarkable creatures, Royal Penguin art prints offer a stunning way to bring their charm into your life. With their vivid colors and lifelike details, these artworks capture the essence of one of nature's most beloved birds.
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What Royal Penguin (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Royal Penguin art prints that are perfect for animal lovers and collectors alike. You can choose from a variety of stunning images featuring these adorable birds in their natural habitat, including photographs taken by professional wildlife photographers. Whether you prefer close-up shots or panoramic views, there is something to suit every taste and style. Some of the most popular Royal Penguin art prints available at Media Storehouse include those depicting penguins swimming in crystal-clear waters, huddling together on rocky shores, or waddling across snowy landscapes. These high-quality prints are produced using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that they capture every detail and color with exceptional clarity and vibrancy. So if you're looking for beautiful Royal Penguin art prints to decorate your home or office, be sure to check out the impressive selection available at Media Storehouse today.
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How do I buy Royal Penguin (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints?

To buy Royal Penguin art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of animal artwork and select the print that catches your eye. Once you have found the perfect piece, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details before finalizing your purchase. We offer a variety of sizes for each print, so be sure to choose the size that best fits your needs. The prints are produced using high-quality materials, ensuring that they will look stunning on any wall in your home or office. Whether you're an avid collector or just looking for a unique piece of art to decorate with, we have something for everyone. So why wait? Start browsing today and find the perfect Royal Penguin art print for you.
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How much do Royal Penguin (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Royal Penguin art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of the prints depends on several factors such as the size, framing options, and type of paper used for printing. Generally, smaller sized prints tend to be less expensive than larger ones. Additionally, unframed prints are usually cheaper compared to those that come with frames. The quality of the print also affects its price; higher-quality papers and printing techniques will typically result in more expensive pieces. However, Media Storehouse ensures that all their Royal Penguin art prints are reasonably priced while maintaining high standards of quality. It's worth noting that We offer a variety of payment options to make purchasing easier for customers. They also provide excellent customer service and support throughout the buying process. If you're looking for beautiful and affordable Royal Penguin art prints, Media Storehouse is an excellent place to start your search.
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How will my Royal Penguin (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Royal Penguin art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. Our team takes great care when handling and packaging each print, so you can rest assured that it will arrive undamaged. We offer various delivery options depending on your location, including standard shipping or express delivery for urgent orders. Once your order has been processed, we will provide you with a tracking number so you can keep an eye on its progress. We understand the importance of delivering our customers' orders promptly and efficiently. That's why we work closely with our trusted shipping partners to ensure that all deliveries are made within the estimated timeframe. In short, your Royal Penguin art prints will be delivered to you safely and securely using reliable shipping methods.