“South Georgia is like the Galápagos on steroids,” says Jamie Coleman, Naturalist and Certified Photo Instructor for Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic. This vital breeding oasis is believed to have more wildlife per square foot than anywhere else on Earth and travelers venturing there on select Antarctica itineraries can experience one of the most incredible spectacles in the world as they encounter one million king penguins, one million macaroni penguins, roughly 3.5 million fur seals, and 650,000 elephant seals. In this Expedition Spotlight, see why South Georgia earns the title of the “Serengeti of the Southern Ocean.”