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The Tangaroa, which famously released Wellington's resident penguin, Happy Feet, is returning to Antarctica.
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3/02/2013 8:50:41 p.m.
I am all for science and learning about new things but coirrect me if I am wrong but if you have a solid block of ice and you poke it constantly, you drill holes in it, you warm it with 20 something bodies and also the heat needed to keep them warm, you vibrate it with generators and machinery and deposit their bacterial effluent and waste on or in to it.
Wouldnt you expect some changes out of the ordinary or a great big chunk to break off ?
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