Yellow Penguin is just another fantastic occurrence that demonstrates the creative art that nature can provide. A moment like this, with its creative wonders spanning billions of years, is one that I’ve never had the good fortune to be able to capture with a wildlife photographer. Therefore, the photographer who specialized in animals was Yves Adams, an adventure guide. During one of his expeditions in the South Atlantic, he came across a species of animal that was entirely new to him.
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The photographer from Belgium was astonished to see this event, and he was able to capture some exact images of this animal. Even though it had over 100,000 other colonies, this was the sole yellow penguin that could be found there.
Upon arriving, Yves examined this peculiar sight and determined it was an uncommon pigment mutation. It is called leucism, and only one in 20,000 to 14,000 people are affected by this mutation. This condition is sporadic. This is the first-time a “yellow-penguin” has been photographed in such a way that it does it justice.