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21.06.2011

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Kiwis celebrate penguin\'s happy feat MP3

For only the second time in recorded history, an emperor penguin has swum all the way from Antarctica to New Zealand. The penguin's surprise arrival has made him an instant hit, with local officials having to mount crowd control at his chosen beach. But while his travels have brought him to new and exotic environments, they've also created a moral dilemma for scientists. Source: abc.net.au

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