National Geographic : 1939 Jul
Photograph trom Lincoln IEllsworth ELLSWORTH VIEWS A MASS MEETING OF ADELIE PENGUINS OF PRINCESS ELIZABETH LAND Many of the islands were crowded with thousands of the "little old gentlemen with starched shirts and swallow-tailed coats." The birds' wings, useless for flight,. have developed into swimming flippers. The nests on shore are piles of loose stones. Only two rookeries of the larger emperor penguins were found.