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Royal penguins are a species of penguin found in the sub-Antarctic regions of Australia and New Zealand

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

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

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

Royal Penguin (Eudyptes schlegeli), Macquarie Island, Antarctica

Background imageRoyal 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 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 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 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 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 Collection: Picture No. 10862758

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

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

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

Background imageRoyal 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 Collection: Handley Page O / 400, G-EaG (formerly F5418)

Handley Page O / 400, G-EaG (formerly F5418)
Handley Page O/400, G-EaG (formerly F5418), Penguin

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

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

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

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

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

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

Background imageRoyal 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 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 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 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 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

Background imageRoyal Collection: Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adults, clambering up rocks from sea, Royal Bay

Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adults, clambering up rocks from sea, Royal Bay, South Georgia

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

Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult, entering rough sea, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Background imageRoyal Collection: Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult pair, standing together on rock during rainfall

Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult pair, standing together on rock during rainfall, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Background imageRoyal Collection: Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult pair, standing together on rock during rainfall

Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) adult pair, standing together on rock during rainfall, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Background imageRoyal Collection: King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) three adults, standing on beach

King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) three adults, standing on beach, with glacier in background, Ross Glacier, Royal Bay, South Georgia

Background imageRoyal Collection: Royal Penguins (Eudyptes schlegelii) endemic, wild, Macquarie Island, sub-Antarctic Australia

Royal Penguins (Eudyptes schlegelii) endemic, wild, Macquarie Island, sub-Antarctic Australia

Background imageRoyal Collection: Australia, subantarctic Macquarie Island. Royal penguins

Australia, subantarctic Macquarie Island. Royal penguins

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

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



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Royal Collection

Royal penguins are a species of penguin found in the sub-Antarctic regions of Australia and New Zealand. They have a distinct black and white plumage, with a white head, neck and chest, black back and wings, yellow ear patches and a bright orange beak. Royal penguins are medium-sized birds that can reach up to 70 cm in height. They feed mainly on krill, squid and fish which they catch by diving underwater for up to five minutes at a time. During breeding season they form large colonies on rocky islands where they build nests made from stones or mud. The female lays two eggs which are incubated by both parents for around 35 days before hatching. Royal penguins are social birds that live in large groups but also form strong bonds with their mates during breeding season. They have an average lifespan of 15 years in the wild but can live longer if kept in captivity.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Royal collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring some of the most beautiful and regal birds in the world. Our collection includes breathtaking images of penguins, eagles, owls and other majestic creatures that are sure to captivate any animal lover or nature enthusiast. Each piece in our collection has been carefully selected for its high-quality photography and artistic composition. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or a unique gift for someone special, our collection offers something to suit every taste and budget. From vibrant canvases that bring life to any space to intricate jigsaw puzzles that provide hours of entertainment, each item in the Royal collection is expertly crafted with attention to detail and an eye for beauty. With so many options available, it's easy to find the perfect piece to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home decor.
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What are Royal (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints?

Royal penguin art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring these unique and fascinating birds. These prints capture the beauty and majesty of royal penguins in their natural habitat, showcasing their distinctive black-and-white coloring, sleek feathers, and regal bearing. Whether you're a bird lover or simply appreciate fine art, Royal penguin art prints offer a stunning addition to any home or office decor. These prints are created using advanced printing techniques that ensure vibrant colors and sharp details. They come in a variety of sizes and formats to suit your needs, from small framed prints to large canvas wall hangings. With their timeless appeal and enduring popularity, Royal penguin art prints make an excellent gift for anyone who appreciates nature's beauty. Whether you're looking to decorate your own space or give a thoughtful present to someone special, Royal penguin art prints from Media Storehouse are sure to impress with their striking imagery and exceptional quality.
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What Royal (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 any bird lover. These prints showcase the beauty and elegance of these unique birds, capturing their distinctive features and personalities in stunning detail. Whether you're looking for a simple portrait or a more elaborate scene, we have something to suit your taste. Some popular options include close-up shots of individual penguins, group scenes featuring entire colonies, and even images of penguin chicks hatching from their eggs. Many of these prints are available in various sizes and formats, including canvas wraps and framed prints. In addition to Royal Penguins, Media Storehouse also offers an extensive collection of other bird art prints featuring different species from around the world. So whether you're looking for a gift for someone special or simply want to add some beautiful artwork to your home or office decor, be sure to check out our impressive selection today.
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How do I buy Royal (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints?

To buy Royal Penguins Birds Animals art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring these majestic creatures. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, simply select the size and format that suits your needs and add it to your cart. We offer a range of printing options including canvas, framed prints, and posters. You can also choose to customize your order with different framing options or by adding a mount for a more professional finish. Once you have completed your purchase, Media Storehouse will process your order promptly and ship it directly to your door. With their commitment to quality customer service and attention to detail in every aspect of the ordering process, buying Royal Penguins Birds Animals art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy and enjoyable experience for anyone looking to add some stunning wildlife imagery to their home or office décor.
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How much do Royal (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Royal Penguin art prints varies depending on the size and type of print selected. We offer a range of options, including framed and unframed prints, canvas prints, and posters. You can choose from a variety of sizes to suit their needs and budget. The price for Royal Penguin art prints is competitive with other online retailers offering similar products. Media Storehouse prides itself on providing high-quality artwork at affordable prices, making it accessible to a wide audience. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or simply want to add some penguin-themed decor to your space, there's sure to be an option that fits your style and budget. With so many choices available, it's easy to find the perfect Royal Penguin art print at Media Storehouse.
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How will my Royal (Penguins Birds Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Royal penguin art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat cardboard boxes for framed prints. All of our deliveries are made by trusted courier services who specialize in handling delicate items such as artwork. You can track the progress of your delivery online using a unique tracking number provided to you upon dispatch. Once your order has been received, it will be carefully prepared for shipping within 2-3 working days. Delivery times vary depending on your location but typically take between 5-10 working days from dispatch. We pride ourselves on providing a reliable and efficient service, so if you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your Royal penguin art print, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us via email or phone.