Dashing in Black-and-White

This morning we visited the colony of African Penguins breeding at Boulders Beach in Simonstown, the historic naval town located south of Cape Town on the coast of False Bay.

Of course we’ll share more about Boulders, and the African Penguin, when we return from our holiday!


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21 thoughts on “Dashing in Black-and-White

  1. John

    Wow! Did not know you have penguins in South Africa! I know there are some islands in Caribbean, I think it´s, who have penguins. The most of them like cold water, much because it´s more food there. In Swedish the name of that penguin is South African penguin, direct translated. 🙂

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