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In Vain
πŸ“Έ by @andrea_benvenuti_photography

South American grey foxes taking a break from their lunch, a magellanic penguin chick.

Take a moment and think about the work involved to raise a child – for magellanic penguins, breeding season starts with locating your life-mate on the beach by recognizing their unique call.

After mating, they’ll locate a suitable spot to lay their eggs, they will incubate them in shifts for 39 – 42 days, and when they finally hatch, they will take turns trudging to the beach and back to forage for food.

And all it takes to wipe out all of that time and energy is one hungry fox.

But they’ll be back next year, they’ll try again – if they survive until the next breeding season, that is.



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