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WOW! World’s First Flying Penguins

WOW! World’s First Flying Penguins

WOW. Have you seen this? Filmmaker and writer Terry Jones discovered a colony of penguins which are unlike any other penguins in the world.

Ostensibly filmed for a documentary, the video shows a colony of Adélie penguins suddenly taking to the skies as the astonished presenter, Terry Jones, looks on. The TV spot was filmed on King George’s Island, 1,000 kilometers south of the Falklands.

These “miracle penguins” also made it to the cover of The Daily Mirror, which quoted the filmmaker, Prof. Alid Loyas, saying: “We could hardly believe our eyes. It was amazing.”

Later they provided this video.

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  1. That was sooo funny, Robin. Thanks for posting it!

    I showed it to my boys and they were completely convinced penguins could fly!! LOL My youngest is still screaming “That was NOT funny.”

  2. I love it!! The video is a priceless addition ::giggle::

  3. ~Cheryl~ from HS Lounge

    Ha! I would have fallen for that, but my kids already pulled that one on me! LOL! Thanks for the good laugh though!

  4. That was SOOOO funny, I almost woke up dad, It didn’t fool me, but it was well worth it.

  5. Stinker! I really thought it was real ( : Thanks for the house full of laughter!

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