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What could be better than live streaming penguins!
There's so many of them.
The camera is located at the "Penguin Encounter" at SeaWorld San Diego.
It's bringing U live uninterrupted penguins in honor of Discovery's Frozen Planet.
Ch-ch-ch-check it out!!
Awww!!! This is so cute!!
So OK! Once upon a time, Xiaobai met Xiaoxue. It was love at first sight.
After much courting with pebbles, the two finally decided to tie the knot.
Overjoyed by such an energy of love, the nice people of Humboldt threw them a ceremony!!
The penguins were taken to their wedding via miniature remote-controlled car.
When it was time to exchange
rings flower necklaces, everyone could see the beaming love from the couple.
An insider penguin keeper, overwhelmed with emotion, dishes:
First of all, Valentine's Day is coming up and we can feel this festival approaching us. Our aquarium, looking from the viewpoint of our marine species, decided to stage a wedding for this penguin couple. They are one of the few in the animal kingdom that are monogamous, which is similar to us, human beings. So we hope that through this event, everyone will feel love is in the air.
We think they might just be the new Brangelina!!!
[Image via AP Images.]
It's only been a few weeks since we mentioned that the gay penguin couple in Canada were going to be separated for mating season.
Well there's a pair of gay penguins in China and their keepers are handling the situation much differently.
They've given the pair a baby to care for!
There's a penguin mother who had twins and was struggling to care for them so they're giving the penguins one of the recently hatched babies.
Male penguins make great daddies, normally helping to raise chicks as much as the mother, and this pair has in past mating seasons tried to steal eggs.
They really wanted to be daddies.
They're similar to a couple in New York's Central Park Zoo where another gay penguin couple was given a rejected egg to care for after they tried to hatch a rock!
Canada should take a page out of China's book once their gay penguins are reunited after mating season.
Let them be gay! They were born that way!
[Image via WENN.]
It turns out the story about cameramen for Frozen Planet giving whiskey to penguins to make them "act up" for the camera was a total joke.
We knew something we fishy with the story.
They describe themselves as:
Remember that big oil tanker that spilled in New Zealand?
Well, a whole bunch of penguins were released back into their natural habitat after the oil spill was finally cleaned up.
The group of happy birds waddled back toward the ocean to the cheers of a crowd.
What a happy ending for such a terrible oil spill.
Check out the above video to see the happy homecoming.