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I would have just got her a self cleaning litter box. Any person who gives up a precious animal for a ridiculous reason like that, doesn't deserve an animal in the first place. So glad she has a new loving owner!

African penguin chicks - South African coast

African penguin chicks - South African coast

Kanada Salmon Release zu Hilfe Endangered Killerwale Feed-| Teilnehmen

Canada to Release Salmon to Help Feed Endangered Killer Whales A lack of food is the biggest threat to Southern Resident orcas.

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I'll keep you warm: A penguin keeps her young close in the frozen wastes of Antarctica

Black and White Photography | The Squirrel Queen

Black and White Photography

Very unusual vintage photos.little mathilda wasnt alarmed by the road being invaded by penguins ,it was the foul language they used when they walked by that shocked her.funny old penguin photo

pascal leroi: Hi, Mr Pinguin #Lockerz

These pictures are so cute! Gorgeous Wild Horse in Iceland Penguin under water Beautiful Wild animals pictures and Nature Photo Gallery.

Baby Penquin at Boulder Penguin Colony in Cape Town, South Africa...u r so cutie baby!!

African Penguin at Boulders Beach Penguin Colony in Simon's Town/Cape Town, South Africa

African Penguin

African penguin incubating egg - View amazing African penguin photos - Spheniscus demersus - on ARKive

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Giraffe, Kruger National Park, South Africa – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

They are excellent swimmers thanks to the design of their flippers. They form very large colonies. Social interaction is very common, especially among the young. The chicks form crèches to keep warm and stay protected.  The Macaroni Penguins seem to get along very well. They are less aggressive than other types. However, they can be very protective of their young and the females are known to fight aggressively for the attention of certain males that they would like to mate with.

They are excellent swimmers thanks to the design of their flippers. They form very large colonies. Social interaction is very common, especially among the young. The chicks form crèches to keep warm and stay protected. The Macaroni Penguins seem to get along very well. They are less aggressive than other types. However, they can be very protective of their young and the females are known to fight aggressively for the attention of certain males that they would like to mate with.