Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Jane Lynch is a super talented lady!!
So of course she'd be the perfect choice to narrate the Discovery and BBC co-produced film PENGUINS: WADDLE ALL THE WAY!
She was snapped while in the recording studio
spitting some sick freestyles laying down some narration.
She shared the pic (above) and wrote:
We can! And it's a perrrrrfect image in our heads and it totes fills us with Glee, because we just heard she's been tapped to narrate a brand new documentary on penguins for the Discovery Channel!
You'd think after all the documentaries out there about the little waddlers that we'd be tired of them, but you'd be wrong!
Jane's project is called
Okay, not really, but she sure knows how to intimidate a penguin, doesn't she??
After squaring off with a lion cub, RiRi took in the sights of Cape Town on Tuesday and decided to take a family trip to the Two Oceans Aquarium where she met her match. Literally! She ran into a penguin who was totally stealing her look (above) and so, naturally, she went face-to-face with the little guy.
After posting the pic, she then moved on to bigger and scarier water guys by
Jeremy Renner and RoseMarie DeWitt were spotted hanging out together at Georgia Aquarium!
They were taking a break from filming their new movie Kill the Messenger.
The two costars got the chance to go behind-the-scenes and meet a very special, cute friend…
A juvenile African penguin Lila!!
They got to pet a penguin!! And we literally mean they pet the bird.
That's not some dirty innuendo like "park the porpoise" or anything.
They've got families!!
Who got to spend the day with them at one of the world's most dynamic aquariums!!
Sounds like a really wonderful day!
[Image via SharpShooter Imaging/Georgia Aquarium.]
It's the march of the penguins!!
Five little cutie penguins were marched through the San Francisco Zoo on their way back to being reunited with their colony.
The young penguins were hatched on penguin island, and lived there about 4-5 weeks with their parents.
Then they went off exhibit, being raised by zoo keepers and were only exposed to water just about a week ago for the first time ever!
They were given their first swimming lesson in a small pool, about 400 gallons.
Now, they're going home to their real enclosure and a 120,000 gallon pool!
This is their first time back on exhibit with all the other penguins! We're so glad they're going home!
Check out the video (above) to see the cuties march their way back home!
What a tiny, little cutie penguin!!
Chicago's Shedd Aquarium is now home to the cutest lil penguin baby we've ever seen!
The chick was hatched about a month ago and lives in the Polar Play Zone.
Aquarium guests can watch the Rockhopper Penguin chick as it develops: gaining weight, eating and building relationships with his fellow aquarium residents.
Visitors can also watch the chick's parents care for him, with the mom and dad taking equally large roles in the baby's life.
The penguin doesn't have any waterproof plumage at this age, so he won't be swimming around just yet.
For now, he'll just be a little cutie bird, stealing the hearts of visitors and zoo keepers everywhere!
Check out the video (above) to see this adorbz penguin being weighed and just adorbzing around!
It's World Penguin Day!!
What? You didn't know it was world penguin day?!
Well it is, and it's a magical day! According to the Ian Somerhalder Foundation: