Hidden emperor penguin colony discovered in Antarctica
Scientists have discovered 9,000 emperor penguins living together in a hidden colony in Antarctica.
There's as many as 9,000 penguins living together on the frozen continent's Princess Ragnhild Coast.
Scientists from the Britain and the US were able to work out the birds' location after spotting traces of the penguin's poo on satellite images.
A hidden colony of emperor penguins in Antarctica has been snapped for the first time by human visitors.
Now three experts from Belgium's Princess Elisabeth Antarctica polar research have become the first people to visit and photograph the colony. Expedition leader Alain Hubert described finding the penguins as 'an unforgettable moment'.
It's estimated that there are about 20 million penguins living in Antarctica.