Yes! It's a yellow pengin!
Yves Adams is a Belgian nature photographer and while he was on a two month expedition to the Antarctic peninsula he saw something very unique!
He spotted a yellow penguin amongst all the normal black and white penguins! This penguin is leucistic so the strong loss of melanine allows the yellow pigmentation in the black feathers to become visible making it look yellow and creamy.
See more photos of this incredibly beautiful penguin at Yves’ website: https://bit.ly/3z8pCiC
Mr Popper's Penguins
The lovable Mr. Popper dreams of being an intrepid Antarctic explorer, living life among the penguins alongside his hero, Admiral Drake. So he is shocked one day when the admiral responds to his fan letter by sending him a real, live penguin!
Soon, this penguin is joined by another and before long Mr. Popper has an ice-rink in the basement and a dozen delightful penguins living in his house.
With barely enough money to feed his family and an increasing demand for raw fish and canned shrimp, what can the wonderfully imaginative Mr. Popper do but train his penguins and then take the show on the road!