Emperor penguin mass chick huddle in Antarctica - big picture

New footage of emperor penguins in Antarctica will be seen in the BBC's Penguins - Spy in the Huddle, from Monday 11 February 2013. The series covers nearly a year spent in the close company of three penguin species, deploying 50 spycams which allowed two scientists to get closer than ever before

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