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May 17, 2010
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley in this May 16, 2010...
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley in this May 16, 2010 photo. A potential oil find near the remote Falkland Islands has the British territory's residents hopeful of an economic boom but concerned for wildlife, including some of the world's largest breeding populations of rockhopper penguins, gentoo penguins and black-browed albatross as well as marine invertebrates unique to the archipelago's 700 tiny islands. Picture taken May 16. REUTERS/Gary Clement (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ANIMALS)
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