Chinstrap Penguins are named after the easily recognizable black line that runs under their chin.
These penguins are found on the Antarctic coasts and on a number of islands in the Southern Ocean.
Their behaviour is similar to that of the other two members of their genus, the Gentoo and Adelie Penguins.
Like other bird species, these little fellows were observed trying to incubate a stone after an egg was stolen or damaged.
Pygoscelis antarcticus breeds on irregular rocky coasts in ice-free areas and forms large colonies of hundreds to thousands of birds.
Winter migration can be extensive and winter habitats are usually pelagic and located north of the sea ice edge.