WWF Chinstrap Penguins

Save 25% on this 2008 South Georgia Mint Commemorative Sheet of 4

Named for the narrow black band under its head, the Chinstrap Penguin is found on the islands of the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic, and over a million breeding pairs are found in South Georgia. The most plentiful penguins in the world, they live in large colonies and swim up to 50 miles a day in search of food. This colorful commemorative sheet is actually cut to the shape of a penguin!


The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (South Georgia #370a)


South Georgia Penguins Mint Commemorative Sheet of 4 – Regularly $13.50
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