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From babies waddling around on the ice, to fully grown Emperor penguins diving into the water to find fish, a photographer has spent nine years capturing one of the world’s most charismatic creatures in their natural habitat.
Over course of almost a decade, British photographer Sue Flood visited remote colonies and in her new book Emperor: The Perfect Penguin she has shown their ability to survive in temperatures that can reach -50°C with 150km/h winds.
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The photographer, who is originally from North Wales, and spent 11 years working with the BBC on TV series' including Blue Planet and Planet Earth, has made around 50 trips to the Arctic and Antarctic during her career.
And despite the bitterly cold conditions, Sue said she is 'lucky' and 'privileged'...
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