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crozet-clans: Killer in the Mist (2009) by...

crozet-clans: Killer in the Mist (2009) by Stefano  Unterthiner “The picture was taken in a torrential rainstorm on Possession Island in the sub-Antarctic Crozet Archipelago. A killer whale family was hunting king penguins and southern elephant seals just off a nearby beach. ‘Over four months, this was the first time,’ says Stefano, ‘that I saw killer whales so close to shore or to the king penguin rookery.
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