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.”