It is native to the Antarctic, the south of South America and the Falkland Islands, although it can reach Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. Its total population is estimated to be 314000 pairs.
They make their nests on rocky coasts, occasionally amongst vegetation. Although they lay two eggs, the first one is the one they normally rear, the second one is normally broken or infertile.
SELWO MARINA IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
Due to the mobility restrictions established by the health authorities, the start of the 2021 season is delayed. Until the opening of the park, our team of veterinarians, biologists and keepers continue to work for the welfare of the animals and the whole team is preparing for the new season in the hope that the circumstances will allow us to be visited as soon as possible. We sincerely thank you for your understanding.
Due to the advance of the end of the 2020 season, customers with tickets purchased for dates after 8/11/2020 will be able to request a change for the 2021 season by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the information regarding their tickets, including the date they wish to visit the park. For tickets purchased through external distributors, requests for date changes must be handled through them.