This 22 May 2020 Dutch video shows a whale and penguins in the Antarctic.
It says about itself (translated):
Just before the coronavirus crisis, he made the journey of a lifetime. Jazz musician and birdwatcher Ruben Hein signed up as an “artist in residence” on a ship full of biologists, towards the South Pole. He is now incorporating the pristine nature experiences along the way, and the encounters with elephant seals, king penguins and wandering albatrosses, into his music.
Filmed by Marcel Paul.
This 8 April 2020 video says about itself:
Antarctica, climate change and a tale of two penguins
Jonathan Watts visits Antarctica with a team of scientists to look at how human activity and rising temperatures are creating winners and losers among penguins – and why this should be a warning to us all.
Food wrapping, fishing gear and plastic waste continue to reach the Antarctic. Two new studies detail how plastic debris is reaching sub-Antarctic islands: here.
This 17 March 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
Penguins wander empty Chicago aquarium during coronavirus closure
While most of the American public is asked to stay indoors amid the coronavirus pandemic, Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium took the opportunity to let some of its penguins explore the other side of their glass exhibit. A now-viral video shows the flightless birds wandering the aquarium, looking around at the fish and other fixtures of the space.
This video says about itself:
Without guests in the building, caretakers at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium are getting creative in how they provide enrichment to animals, resulting in a field trip for some of the penguins there on Sunday (March 15 2020). While the aquarium is closed to the public due to coronavirus quarantine, animal care staff and veterinarians are onsite 24/7.
At least 83 people in the United States have died from the virus, as of Monday (March 16), according to Johns Hopkins University and public health agencies, with the hardest-hit state, Washington, accounting for the bulk of the fatalities, including six more announced on Monday.
This 18 March 2020 video says about itself:
When Penguins Went From The Sky To The Sea
Today, we think of penguins as small-ish, waddling, tuxedo-birds. But they evolved from a flying ancestor, were actual giants for millions of years, and some of them were even dressed a little more casually.
This 27 December 2019 video about emperor penguins says about itself:
How Does Huddling Help Penguins Stay Warm? | BBC Earth
The centre of a penguin huddle can reach temperatures of up to 37 degrees C! How exactly does piling in help these snow animals stay so warm?
This 21 December 2019 video says about itself:
Best of Penguins | Top 5 | BBC Earth
Ready for some comical waddling, committed relationships and shocking behaviour? From the Antarctic wastes to the blazing African sun, join us as we celebrate one of the most tenacious birds on the planet – the penguin!
This 16 December 2019 video says about itself:
Gentoo Penguins Build Love Nests! | Penguin Post Office | BBC Earth
Why have a rock on your finger when you can have them in a nice neat pile? These Gentoo penguins have the right idea.
On a tiny island in Antarctica, there’s a post office surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery and 4,000 Gentoo penguins… Every summer, as tourists turn up in their hundreds to see the penguins and to send a postcard, the birds rush to find a partner and raise their young. This extraordinary four-month drama starts when the first penguin hops onto the island and continues until the last one leaves and the post office closes its doors for winter.
I was privileged to see these Port Lockroy penguins.