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Penguin cam!

Posted by barnmom (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 5, 12 at 13:15

I love this! I could watch them waddle all day.

Eileen

Here is a link that might be useful: Emperor penguin breeding colony.


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Got recipes?


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Those will be posted on "Discussions," of course.

Bad Jessy, very bad.

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You wouldn't eat a darlin' lil' ol' pengew-ine would ya? Aw Jessy. Shame on you.

Cute cam Eileen!


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Tastes just like salmon I hear.....
What's all that noise? Sounds like an elephant!
Seeing that makes you realize how very good the animation for Happy feet was.
Linda C


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that noise is how it sounds when penguins beg for food. Or talk to each other. something like that! When I went to see my friend in St Louis last summer, she and I were in the penguin area. I said, "OOOOO Look! They're close enough you could just pet them!" She tried to get me to do it. I wouldn't. But she just slipped her hand right over the wall as it glided by. "Ma'am, please step away from the penguins." (((smiles)))


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Thanks for sharing...they are adorable.


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Penguins fall into the "Too Dang Cute" category for sure.


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Yes, they are "too dang cute". John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids has a penguin area. If you go there at the end of the day it stinks like crazy, I guess they clean it every night.

Rob, John Ball has a sting ray exhibit where you can buy food and feed the (stingless, I guess) rays from your hands. Petting is encouraged and they come right up to the top of the water for the food.

Annie


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