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Argentina part 4 - The Valdez Peninsula and Punto Tombo


This the fourth update from Argentina and covers our time on the Valdez peninsula and at Punto Tombo a short distance to the south. 779 more words

Antarctica Came to Us

The next morning we hopped onto yet another bus – destination: Punta Arenas in Chile. Again, it was a normal bus without reclining seats, but we were prepared for the 12 hours ahead of us. 847 more words

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Test Tube Penguin Adds New Meaning To Freezing Eggs

To science, she’s simply known as “184.” But on the empirical cuteness scale, the world’s first test-tube penguin scores a “100.”

The Penguin Post has learned that the still unnamed baby Magellanic penguin was hatched at SeaWorld in San Diego 12 weeks ago, but the first images of her were only released to the public this week. 348 more words

A Pair Of Baby Penguins Take First Waddle

The Penguin Post has learned that The Aquarium of the Pacific introduced two new cuties to the public today as they waddled into the June Keyes Penguin Habitat for the first time. 161 more words

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First Penguin Of A Kind

The Penguin Post has learned that an adorable silver and white penguin chick living at SeaWorld San Diego is more than just her looks. She’s a scientific breakthrough. 99 more words

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