Pebble Island, in the Falkland Islands, has come up for sale and it comes with an abundance of cute creatures.
John Markham Dean originally bought the island in 1869 and it is now in the ownership of Claire Harris, a surviving relative.
Speaking to Metro, Claire said "My family are all passionate about the island but we’ve come to a point where we’re unable to manage it from the UK."
The island is home to a total of 42 breeding bird species, with 5 known breeds of penguin.
Penguin species include gentoo (pictured above) rockhopper, macaroni, king and magellanic penguins (pictured below).
The current owner also noted they would like someone based in the Falkland Islands to buy Pebble Island.
"Any foreigner to be given a license would have to be into conservation, keen to keep tourism going and farming.
A foreign person would have to offer a substantial amount more than a Falkland Islander for us to accept it.
In many ways we would love a Falkland Islander to buy, whether that will happen we don’t’ know."
It's not currently known how much the island will sell for, but we expect it will be in high demand!