Galápagos penguins are the only penguins that live north of the equator. Not that they cross over into the northern hemisphere by much. The equator goes right through the middle of the archipelago, and it’s only a few of the northern islands that are above it. We didn’t see too many of these guys but we did get a few good looks at them on the rocky shoreline of Isabela Island. We also saw them while snorkeling, but only for an instant as they zipped past.
Nikon D800 with Nikkor 200-400mm lens (at 240mm) ISO 400, f/9 at 1/1000th of a second (-0.33 ev)