A wildlife photographer has shared a unique photo of what he believes to be a ‘never seen before’ yellow penguin.
Belgian landscape and wildlife photographer Yves Adams was lucky enough to find a one-of-a-kind yellow-colored penguin in the wild and snapped some photos of it.
While unloading equipment and food in Salisbury Plain, Adams spotted something out of the ordinary: In a sea of tuxedos, he noticed a penguin that was anything but black and white, but rather bright yellow ( and white).
“I’d never seen or heard of a yellow penguin before,” Adams told Kennedy News. “There were 120,000 birds on that beach and this was the only yellow one there.”
You can find more of Yves’ work on his website, Facebook, 500px, and Instagram.