With their regal bearing and distinctive markings. Emperor Penguins are the largest of all penguins, standing around a metre tall an dweighing up to 45 kilograms.

Named in honour of naturalist Johann Forster, who travelled with Captain James Cook on his second voyage of discovery (1772-75), the Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) is the largest of all penguins, growing to around a metre tall.

An Emperor Penguin family with offspring stand on the ice shelf by an azure sea on the new coins series struck by The Royal Australian Mint for The Coin Company featuring wildlife of the Australian Antarctic Territory.

A family of Emperor Penguins, mother and father with their distinctive black and yellow markings and their chick, stand on the Antarctic ice shelf by a deep blue sea, on the Royal Australian Mint's new 50c Coloured Uncirculated Coin.


SKU 15315
Barcode # 9314688111677
Brand Royal Australian Mint

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