Although penguins are extremely adorable, their lives can be quite harmful. They may look like nature’s happy pills, but they’re susceptible to predators just like any other animal.
In this wonderful clip from BBC documentary Spy in the Snow’, we see a group of darling penguin chicks romping about in their tidy, snowy home.
Their care free day, on the other hand, is quickly over as a big petrel spots them and swoops in for the attack. The penguins are quaking with fear as they huddle with each other trying to secure themselves from the big bird. It appears like a thriller when the animal approaches them aggressively. But thankfully, somebody has noticed their suffering!
From afar, this unlikely hero has listened to the penguin babies’ cries and rushes in to assist them. What follows is pure gold. We enjoy how fortunate the BBC group was while filming this incredible series of events. You must see the film yourself to completely appreciate this moment!