Tue, 28 Jun 2011 12:06p.m.
Releasing Happy Feet off the south coast of the country is the best option for its survival, according to a penguin researcher.
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5/08/2011 2:20:41 a.m.
So glad hes doing well!!! Loving being able to watch him on live stream!!! hes too cute!!! Hope he gets home safely!!! <3
9/07/2011 5:31:31 p.m.
donald wells wrote:
I thought there were Emperor Penguins in Auckland at the Kelly Tarlton? aquarium could he not go there
2/07/2011 6:48:07 p.m.
Robin Young wrote:
With a brain like that, I vote for stuffing Fierce and standing him in his own foyer. Or maybe his loo where he could hold the toothpaste tube.
28/06/2011 2:52:49 p.m.
Anyone seen March of the Penguins?
Pretty funny that doctors are lining up to work on a Penguin pro bono.
I would have stuffed it and stood it in my foyer.
28/06/2011 1:07:23 p.m.
michael potter wrote:
what a sad thing to do, great whites are known to hang around there and a plump big penguin would be so inviting.it should be taken further south in colder water where it is much safer . a beautiful bird and thanks to the zoo stafffor saving it's life. have a safe trip home HAPPY FEET.
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