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NHL/
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January 26, 2013
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby (R) takes a face-off against Winnipeg Jets' Bryan Little during the...
Winnipeg, Canada
Penguins' Crosby takes a face-off against Jets' Little during the second period of their NHL hockey game...
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby (R) takes a face-off against Winnipeg Jets' Bryan Little during the second period of their NHL hockey game in Winnipeg January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Greenslade (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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March 21, 2012
Winnipeg Jets Bryan Little (18) scores against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen in the second...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Winnipeg Jets Bryan Little scores against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen in Pittsburgh
Winnipeg Jets Bryan Little (18) scores against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen in the second period of their NHL hockey game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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March 21, 2012
A Winnipeg Jet celebrates a goal by teammate Bryan Little against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
A Winnipeg Jet celebrates a goal by teammate Bryan Little against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen...
A Winnipeg Jet celebrates a goal by teammate Bryan Little against Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Brad Thiessen (39) in the first period of their NHL hockey game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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March 21, 2012
Winnipeg Jets' Bryan Little (18) is congratulated by his teammates after scoring against the Pittsburgh...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Winnipeg Jets' Little is congratulated by his teammates after scoring against the Pittsburgh Penguins...
Winnipeg Jets' Bryan Little (18) is congratulated by his teammates after scoring against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first period of their NHL hockey game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
KOREA-PENGUIN/
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May 16, 2011
A baby looks at the cartoon character Pororo at a book store in Seoul May 16, 2011. He's roly poly, wears...
Seoul, South Korea
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A baby looks at the cartoon character Pororo at a book store in Seoul May 16, 2011. He's roly poly, wears a yellow aviator's helmet and orange goggles, and is everywhere in South Korea. But the cartoon character Pororo the Little Penguin also had a secret in his past: his origins are half-North Korean. The recent revelations surprised South Korea, where the mischievous penguin character, whose films have been exported to over 100 countries, is so beloved he's known as "the children's President" because his influence is said to be greater than the nation's real leader. To match Reuters Life! KOREA-PENGUIN/ REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
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August 19, 2009
Little penguins swim in their enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney August 19, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz...
Sydney, Australia
Little penguins swim in their enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney
Little penguins swim in their enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney August 19, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS)
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Releasing Little Penguins - 20 Mar 2009
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AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in...
North, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. Sydney's Taronga Zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
South, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in...
Sydney, Australia
South, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in...
South, a Little Penguin, makes its way into the sea after being released at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. Sydney's Taronga Zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North...
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. The zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, is released into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, is released into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at...
North, a Little Penguin, is released into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. The zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North...
North, a Little Penguin, is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. The zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
Two Little Penguins, named South (L) and North, are carried before being released into the open ocean...
Sydney, Australia
Two Little Penguins are carried before being released into the open ocean in Sydney
Two Little Penguins, named South (L) and North, are carried before being released into the open ocean by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. The zoo released back into the ocean the two adults after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, looks back as it is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, looks back as it is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the...
North, a Little Penguin, looks back as it is pushed into the sea by veterinarian Amy Twentyman of the Taronga Zoo at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. The zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 20, 2009
North, a Little Penguin, walks into the water after being released at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
North, a Little Penguin, walks into the water after being released at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney...
North, a Little Penguin, walks into the water after being released at North Curl Curl beach in Sydney March 20, 2009. Sydney's Taronga Zoo released back into the ocean two adult Little Penguins after they had rested and been cared for at Taronga's Wildlife hospital. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
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March 17, 2009
Musicians dressed in penguin masks from the "Nothing Special" band rehearse in Riga in this February...
Riga, Latvia
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Musicians dressed in penguin masks from the "Nothing Special" band rehearse in Riga in this February 25, 2009. Four men dressed as penguins may seem to have little to do with economic crisis. But in tiny Latvia, hit by a collapsing economy and the need to go cap-in-hand for international aid, the penguin garb worn by pop group Nothing Special reflects a bitter sense of humour at politicians' failures in response to the crisis. To match feature LATVIA-HUMOR/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
LATVIA-HUMOR/
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March 17, 2009
Musicians dressed in penguin masks from the "Nothing Special" band rehearse in Riga February 25, 2009....
Riga, Latvia
To match feature LATVIA-HUMOR/
Musicians dressed in penguin masks from the "Nothing Special" band rehearse in Riga February 25, 2009. Four men dressed as penguins may seem to have little to do with economic crisis. But in tiny Latvia, hit by a collapsing economy and the need to go cap-in-hand for international aid, the penguin garb worn by pop group Nothing Special reflects a bitter sense of humour at politicians' failures in response to the crisis. Picture taken February 25, 2009. To match feature LATVIA-HUMOR/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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February 06, 2007
A woman looks at a giant snow sculpture featuring Antarctic creatures at the Sapporo Snow Festival in...
Sapporo, Japan
Woman looks at a giant snow sculpture featuring Antarctic creatures at the Sapporo Snow Festival in Sapporo...
A woman looks at a giant snow sculpture featuring Antarctic creatures at the Sapporo Snow Festival in Sapporo, northern Japan February 6, 2007. The event, which draws up to two million visitors to Hokkaido each year, started on Tuesday and will run till February 12. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
AUSTRALIA
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April 28, 2006
Wildlife clinic supervisors Gemma Watkinson (L) and Libby Hall hold the four Little Penguins before releasing...
Sydney, Australia
Wildlife clinic supervisors Gemma Watkinson (L) and Libby Hall hold the four Little Penguins before .....
Wildlife clinic supervisors Gemma Watkinson (L) and Libby Hall hold the four Little Penguins before releasing them at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. [The penguins were treated successfully at the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago.]
PENGUINS
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April 28, 2006
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April...
Sydney, Australia
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach A.....
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully by the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago.
PENGUINS
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April 28, 2006
Four Little Penguins walk down towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach...
Sydney, Australia
Four Little Penguins walk down towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Be.....
Four Little Penguins walk down towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully by the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago.
AUSTRALIA
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April 28, 2006
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April...
Sydney, Australia
Four Little Penguins walk towards ocean after being released at Sydneys North Curl Curl Beach
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully by the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
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April 28, 2006
Wildlife clinic supervisors Gemma Watkinson (L) and Libby Hall hold the four Little Penguins before releasing...
Sydney, Australia
Wildlife clinic supervisors Watkinson and Hall hold four Little Penguins before releasing them at Sydneys...
Wildlife clinic supervisors Gemma Watkinson (L) and Libby Hall hold the four Little Penguins before releasing them at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully at the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
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April 28, 2006
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April...
Sydney, Australia
Four Little Penguins walk towards ocean after being released at Sydneys North Curl Curl Beach
Four Little Penguins walk towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully by the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
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April 28, 2006
Four Little Penguins walk down towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach...
Sydney, Australia
Four Little Penguins walk down towards ocean after being released at Sydneys North Curl Curl Beach
Four Little Penguins walk down towards the ocean after being released at Sydney's North Curl Curl Beach April 28, 2006. The penguins were treated successfully by the Sydney Taronga Zoo wildlife clinic after suffering injuries from a dog attack several months ago. REUTERS/David Gray
MERKEL
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July 17, 2002
Angela Merkel, chairwoman of Germany's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU), holds a Penguin baby named...
Hanover, Germany
Angela Merkel, chairwoman of Germany's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU), holds a Penguin baby .....
Angela Merkel, chairwoman of Germany's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU), holds a Penguin baby named 'Helmut' during her visit to Hanover's Zoo July 17, 2002. Celebrating her birthday today, Angela Merkel was surprised with the godparenthood for the little Penguin. Merkel stopped in Hanover during her summer campaign journey for the upcoming September 22 general elections.
GERMANY
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July 17, 2002
Angela Merkel, chairwoman of Germany's Christian Democratic Union party
(CDU), holds a Penguin baby...
Hanover, Germany
CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC CHAIRWOMAN ANGELA MERKEL HOLDS PENGUIN BABY DURING
VISIT AT ZOO IN HANOVER.
Angela Merkel, chairwoman of Germany's Christian Democratic Union party
(CDU), holds a Penguin baby named 'Helmut' during her visit to
Hanover's Zoo July 17, 2002. Celebrating her birthday today, Angela
Merkel was surprised with the godparenthood for the little Penguin.
Merkel stopped in Hanover during her summer campaign journey for the
upcoming September 22 general elections.

REUTERS/Christian Charisius
PENGUINS
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October 25, 2001
A four-week-old Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, is held by...
Sydney, Australia
A four-week-old Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, is held by.....
A four-week-old Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, is held by a National Parks and Wildlife Service ranger near its man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour October 25, 2001. The National Parks and Wildlife Service is conducting studies on 70 breeding pairs of endangered penguins in what is believed to be the world's only colony in a major city. The decline in their once-extensive population is thought to have been caused by habitat destruction as urban development encroaches and predatory attacks by cats and dogs.
PENGUINS
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October 25, 2001
A Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, has its head measured by...
Sydney, Australia
A Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, has its head measured by.....
A Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin chick, has its head measured by a National Parks and Wildlife Service ranger near its man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour October 25, 2001. The National Parks and Wildlife Service is conducting studies on 70 breeding pairs of endangered penguins in what is believed to be the world's only colony in a major city. The decline in their once-extensive population is thought to have been caused by habitat destruction as urban development encroaches and predatory attacks by cats and dogs.
PENGUINS
RTXKUR2
October 25, 2001
A Little Penguin or more commonly referred to as Fairy Penguin sits protecting her eggs in a man-made...
Sydney, Australia
A Little Penguin or more commonly referred to as Fairy Penguin sits protecting her eggs in a man-mad.....
A Little Penguin or more commonly referred to as Fairy Penguin sits protecting her eggs in a man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour October 25, 2001 as National Parks and Wildlife Serice (NPWS) officers conduct studies on the endangered species. The 70 breeding pairs of penguins is believed to be the only colony to inhabit a major city in the world, with the decline in the formerly extensive population believed to be attributed to habitat destruction by urban develoment and predation from cats and dogs.
AUSTRALIA
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October 25, 2001
A four-week-old Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a
Fairy Penguin chick, is held by...
Sydney, Australia
A LITTLE PENGUIN CHICK IS HELD BY A NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE RANGER
IN SYDNEY.
A four-week-old Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a
Fairy Penguin chick, is held by a National Parks and Wildlife Service
ranger near its man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour
October 25, 2001. The National Parks and Wildlife Service is conducting
studies on 70 breeding pairs of endangered penguins in what is believed
to be the world's only colony in a major city. The decline in their
once-extensive population is thought to have been caused by habitat
destruction as urban development encroaches and predatory attacks by
cats and dogs. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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AUSTRALIA
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October 25, 2001
A Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin
chick, has its head measured by...
Sydney, Australia
A LITTLE PENGUIN CHICK HAS ITS HEAD MEASURED IN SYDNEY.
A Little Penguin chick, more commonly referred to as a Fairy Penguin
chick, has its head measured by a National Parks and Wildlife Service
ranger near its man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour
October 25, 2001. The National Parks and Wildlife Service is conducting
studies on 70 breeding pairs of endangered penguins in what is believed
to be the world's only colony in a major city. The decline in their
once-extensive population is thought to have been caused by habitat
destruction as urban development encroaches and predatory attacks by
cats and dogs. REUTERS/Mark Baker REUTERS

MDB/JD
AUSTRALIA
RTROM4M
October 25, 2001
A Little Penguin or more commonly referred to as Fairy Penguin sits
protecting her eggs in a man-made...
Sydney, Australia
A FAIRY PENGUIN SITS WITH HER EGGS IN A MAN-MADE HUTCH IN SYDNEY.
A Little Penguin or more commonly referred to as Fairy Penguin sits
protecting her eggs in a man-made hutch on the foreshore of Sydney
Harbour October 25, 2001 as National Parks and Wildlife Serice (NPWS)
officers conduct studies on the endangered species. The 70 breeding
pairs of penguins is believed to be the only colony to inhabit a major
city in the world, with the decline in the formerly extensive
population believed to be attributed to habitat destruction by urban
develoment and predation from cats and dogs. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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PENGUINS
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April 06, 2001
A Little Penguin is released by Taronga Zoo's Libby Hall back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, after...
Sydney, Australia
A Little Penguin is released by Taronga Zoo's Libby Hall back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, aft.....
A Little Penguin is released by Taronga Zoo's Libby Hall back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, after being treated for injuries and dehyration. Two of the native Australian penguins were brought to the Zoo's Wildlife Clinic over four weeks ago [after one was found under a Rolls-Royce car and the other was tangled in fishing line and hooks.] Once quite common in Sydney Harbour, the number of penguins have diminished due to coastal development, pollution and attacks by dometic pets.
AUSTRALIA
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April 06, 2001
Two Little Penguins are watched by a seagull after they were released back into Sydney Harbour April...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN LITTLE PENGUINS ARE RELEASED INTO SYDNEY HARBOUR.
Two Little Penguins are watched by a seagull after they were released back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, following treatment for injuries and dehyration. The native Australian penguins were brought to Sydney's Taronga Zoo Wildlife Clinic over four weeks ago after one was found under a Rolls-Royce car and the other was tangled in fishing line and hooks. Once quite common in Sydney Harbour, the number of penguins have diminished due to coastal development, pollution and attacks by dometic pets.

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AUSTRALIA
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April 06, 2001
A Little Penguin is released by Taronga Zoo's Libby Hall back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, after...
Sydney, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN LITTLE PENGUIN IS RELEASED INTO SYDNEY HARBOUR.
A Little Penguin is released by Taronga Zoo's Libby Hall back into Sydney Harbour April 6, 2001, after being treated for injuries and dehyration. Two of the native Australian penguins were brought to the Zoo's Wildlife Clinic over four weeks ago after one was found under a Rolls-Royce car and the other was tangled in fishing line and hooks. Once quite common in Sydney Harbour, the number of penguins have diminished due to coastal development, pollution and attacks by dometic pets.

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AUSTRALIA
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December 14, 1999
Melbourne schoolboys Andrew Horton (L), Kohan Gasperino (C) and Braden Hammond (R) leap from a cruiser...
Melbourne, Australia
SCHOOLBOYS LEAP INTO PORT PHILLIP BAY DESK SHARK SIGHTINGS NEAR MELBOURNE.
Melbourne schoolboys Andrew Horton (L), Kohan Gasperino (C) and Braden Hammond (R) leap from a cruiser moored off a Port Melbourne beach during their holidays December 14. Fishermen have warned a giant six metre long white pointer shark is cruising the Bay, feeding on seals and penguins. According to a government shark biologist swimmers should be wary but had little to fear - the chance of being taken by a shark was the same as being killed in an aircrash.

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AUSTRALIA
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December 14, 1999
Melbourne schoolgirls Trudi Kelly, 16, (L) and Kristen Needham, 16 (R) walk in the shallows of Port Phillip...
Melbourne, Australia
BEACHGOERS ENJOY SHALLOWS ON PORT PHILLIP BAY IN MELBOURNE.
Melbourne schoolgirls Trudi Kelly, 16, (L) and Kristen Needham, 16 (R) walk in the shallows of Port Phillip Bay during their holidays December 14. Fishermen have warned a giant six metre long white pointer shark is cruising the Bay, feeding on seals and penguins. According to a government shark biologist swimmers should be wary but had little to fear - the chance of being taken by a shark was the same as being killed in an aircrash.

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AUSTRALIA
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August 15, 1999
Taronga Zoo Keeper Elizabeth Hall inspects an injured Australian Little Penguin under a heat-lamp in...
Sydney, Australia
TARONGA ZOO KEEPER INSPECTS AUSTRALIAN PENGUIN IN SYDNEY.
Taronga Zoo Keeper Elizabeth Hall inspects an injured Australian Little Penguin under a heat-lamp in Sydney August 15. The zoo's native rehabilitation centre treats more than thirty such penguins a year for injuries sustained from becoming entangled in rubbish present in the many waterways found around the city region.

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AUSTRALIA PENGUINS
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May 02, 1999
Keeper in charge of birds, Steve Wilson herds Australian little penguins back to their enclosure before...
Melbourne, Australia
PENGUINS FOR BOSTON ON PARADE IN MELBOURNE.
Keeper in charge of birds, Steve Wilson herds Australian little penguins back to their enclosure before undergoing a series of tests to comply with U.S. quarantine requirements at Melbourne's Zoo April 30. Four of the fish-eating aquatic birds are destined for the New England Aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts where they will undergo a further 30-days in an isolation facility upon arrival. Melbourne Zoo's breeding of this species is the most successful in the world with this second shipment of the aquatic birds to the United States.

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