Penguins find camera, take awesome selfie

Penguins find camera, take awesome selfie

Two curious penguins starred in their own selfie video when they found a camera left on the ice in Antarctica.

Expeditioner Eddie Gault captured the penguins at the Auster Rookery, near Australia's Mawson research station.

Australian Antarctic Division captures a vision of curious penguins ready for their close-up. It has more than 246,000 views as of Friday morning.

The camera was already rolling when one of the penguins kicked it and angled it directly at its face.

"Because everyone has that one friend", quips the paper, another penguin soon nudges its way into the frame. For about half a minute, the two chirp and cock their heads inquisitively at the screen, before perking up and shaking their heads (and bellies) repeatedly.

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Wednesday evening the Antarctic Division tweeted out a video of what life is like in Antarctica. Then, this penguin selfie will be the best selfie you'll see this week!

National Public Radio reported that People for the Ethical Treatment Animals actually sued wildlife photographer David Slater in 2015 after he posted a photo of a macaque that took a self-portrait with a camera he left nearby in Indonesia in 2011.

"Emperor penguin populations are projected to undergo a moderately rapid decline over the next three generations owing to the effects of projected climate change".

I duly moved away and bingo, they moved in, fingering the toy, pressing the buttons and fingering the lens. Notably, he specified in the book that "the shutter was pressed by the monkey".