This video is called Magellanic Penguins at Punto Tombo, Argentina.
From Wildlife Extra:
Huge new Coastal National Park to be created in Argentina
August 2007. The New York Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society has announced that the government of Argentina is to create a new marine park along its isolated and windswept Patagonia coast to safeguard more than half a million penguins and other rare seabirds. Located in Golfo San Jorge, the new protected area covers around 250 square miles of coastal waters and nearby islands strung along almost 100 miles of shoreline. …
The new park serves as a nesting and feeding ground for around 250,000 pairs of Magellanic penguin, estimated to represent 20 percent of the world’s population. The park includes more than 40 small islands, which support the only two nesting colonies of southern giant petrels on the Patagonian coast, as well as the only colonies of Southern American fur seals. Other denizens of this coastal oasis include the endangered Olrog’s gull, the white-headed steamer duck, and almost a quarter of all imperial and rock cormorants that nest in Argentina.
Australian fur seals: here.