The little penguin is the smallest in the world at 1 kilogram. By contrast, the largest male emperor penguins can weigh 38 kilograms or more. This little penguin is on Kāpiti Island, where some climb to nests hundreds of metres above sea level.
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Photograph by Mike Aviss
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