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WATER AND BLOOD, PART 3: THE LOST BOATS OF TRISTAN by Philip Bell

Pt. 3 A true and exciting story

Within sight of Tristan, and lying some 20 or so miles away are two uninhabited islands – Inaccessible and Nightingale (the latter being named after a sea captain). 1,440 more words

Philip And God

March of The Penguins

Every penguin lover knows that March comes in like an angry Rockhopper.

and goes out like a downy Emperor Chick.

New Penguin Chicks At Omaha Zoo

The Penguin Post has learned that Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium has a trio of brand new penguin chicks that are going on display today.  184 more words

An offer of a discount is NOT a birthday gift!

Today is my birthday. Outing myself is uncomfortable, but I have had enough! And I’m not going to take it anymore.

This morning, in addition to the lovely ecards and best wishes from people about whom I care, I have received specious birthday wishes from retailers who offer gifts: EHarmony for example is offering me a special $19.95 a month deal that I have to pay in total ($59.95) up front for 3 months of service. 100 more words

Travel

Robot Penguins Spy Cams!

A penguin couple attempting to stage a “chick-napping” after losing their own baby. Another penguin flipping its tail under to keep its egg from freezing. A hungry predator that thought it had picked up dinner instead inadvertently became the first bird to capture an aerial-view shot. 363 more words

Penguin Post

Autobiography as a Rockhopper Penguin

So I’m taking a creative writing course at London Zoo. More on that later (and more on why its been two months since my last blog post – I’ll give you a hint; its procrastination). 355 more words

Writing

Penguins Of Detroit

Detroit is known to be the home of Tigers and Lions (think baseball and football), but now the Penguin Post has learned that the Detroit Zoo will be home to the largest center in the U.S. 421 more words