Marguerite dreamed for years of meeting emperor penguins. Her dream finally came true aboard Le Commandant Charcot!
…Jean-Pierre Sylvestre, naturalist guide and a marine mammal specialist
A magical stopover at the gateway to Antarctica
A filmmaker at the intersection of images, science and emotions
A sea bird remarkably well-adapted to surviving on the ice all year round.
Whether you’re in the heart of the savannah, the depths of a tropical rainforest or the vast expanses of the Arctic circle, photographing the animals around you is never simple. Mother Nature is certainly amazing, but she is also wild, often shy and always unpredictable. But with a bit of common sense and technical know-how, here’s how best to capture the fascinating local wildlife for posterity…
Find out all about the wildlife of South Georgia and the Falkland Islands
Sandrine Erwin-Rose discusses the importance of protecting this iconic endangered species
Here are 10 incredible animals which you may encounter.
A passion for cetaceans and an expedition to the other side of the world: encounter with José Sarica
The unbridled passion of an expedition leader
Measuring between 1.8 and 3 metres and weighing 350 to 680 kilos, the polar bear‘s characteristic white colouring is owed to the translucent and hollow hairs of its fur which reflect the sunlight off of the sea ice.
25,000, that’s the number of kilometres travelled by a humpback whale in one year.