Woolly jumpers for oil-covered penguins
Tue, 18 Oct 2011 6:22p.m.
An unlikely group of people have joined the Rena rescue operation.
Instead of being armed with salvage equipment, they've got knitting needles to make jumpers for penguins harmed by the oil.
The woolly outfits will be used if the most critically-injured birds need warming up.
Dozens of jumpers have been churned out and the Wildlife Centre in Tauranga says it now has more than enough.
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28/11/2011 6:37:21 p.m.
I have just watched the story on the sale of toy penguins in handmade jumpers. Where can i purchase one please ?
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