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Misleading photographic evidence of Royal Penguins Eudyptes schlegeli at South Georgia - a cautionary note

@article{Shaughnessy2015MisleadingPE,
  title={Misleading photographic evidence of Royal Penguins Eudyptes schlegeli at South Georgia - a cautionary note},
  author={P. Shaughnessy and K. G. Simpson},
  journal={Marine ornithology},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={101-102}
}
  • P. Shaughnessy, K. G. Simpson
  • Published 2015
  • Geography
  • Marine ornithology
  • Marine Ornithology 43: 101–102 (2015) A black and white photograph by Frank Hurley entitled “Moraine Fjord. A colony of penguins below the Degeer Glacier. 1917” (Fig. 1) appears on page 33 of a compendium of Hurley’s photographs compiled and annotated by Ennis (2002). The book is based on holdings of Hurley’s photographs in the National Library of Australia (NLA), Canberra, Australia, which were acquired from the Hurley family in 1963; a print of the photograph was made in 1961 (Ennis 2002… CONTINUE READING

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