Steathbill Attack
(Black-faced Steathbill, Chionis minor, and Macaroni Penguins, Eudyptes chrysolophus)
EOS 50E, 300mm f5,6
Trou du Diable, Possesion Island, Crozet archipelago
French Southern and Antarctic Lands (2001)
Sheathbills are opportunistic omnivores, predators and scavengers, feeding on strandline debris, algae and other vegetation, as well as on invertebrates, fish, seabird eggs and chicks, seal milk, blood, placentas, carrion, faeces, rodents and human refuse.

In this picture, the Steathbill is waiting for the penguin give food to his baby, and them the Steathbill try to make falling the food on the ground. For him, it's a easy way to find good food.
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