Stephen Fry visits Happy Feet
Thu, 11 Aug 2011 10:58a.m.
Click on the video tab above to watch Happy Feet at feeding time. Sadly, Mr Fry eluded us.
Emperor penguin Happy Feet has had a visit from entertainment royalty.
British actor Stephen Fry dropped in on the lost penguin at Wellington Zoo this morning, and uploaded a picture of the odd couple to Twitter.
Fry is in Wellington for shooting of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit. He has been cast as the mayor of Laketown.
Happy Feet, a wayward emperor penguin, was discovered on Peka Peka Beach seven weeks ago. He is currently being cared for at Wellington Zoo, where a live stream of his antics has delighted hundreds of thousands of viewers.
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11/08/2011 7:25:55 p.m.
thats that again wrote:
so how should we bee....there out there being nice and what do we do ?? trying to be nice ?? or ?so here i am talkingasking 4 nothingso can we i ask 1 time,yes i said i asked 4 nothingcan we over come our human side?question not a wish....
11/08/2011 6:42:18 p.m.
again if you wish ? wrote:
So Mr. Stephen Fry came to hug Happy Feet (the animal that pecks even when hugged), (no ear rings during the hug?)so why are we here today ??ever wondered how to handle a fish or mammal?i do wonder ?with a loving touch , which we cant seem to do.(so is our glass full)(and a need to know why)Ever wondered why mad max was looking for fuel?youtube.comType:supercharged big block camaro on the street (1000 +( and why mother said she and here 10 kids were starving))( and why society cant do what parents should ))( raise your kids ....) (bring up kind ?)children arn't our future, parents are !!!!So why am i talking ?can anyone understand ?I await....
11/08/2011 6:26:27 p.m.
I think he will hunt live fish when he goes to sea. These fish are not alive and he is not swimming so it must be all foreign to him. He obviously caught fish before he landed on Peka Peka beach so once he is in the sea he will most likely do the same. He has got to eat to build his fat reserves so I suppose this is the only way to do it until he goes back to sea.
11/08/2011 1:51:20 p.m.
how come he dont want to eat on his own? :-( Can someone tell me? How will he eat when he's release?
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