Penguins-a-poppin' on Magellan Island
Scores of penguins choose Magellan Island on the Magellan Straits of South America for their summer getaway, despite the crowded conditions and human onlookers.
Mary Clark learns that he flightless, tuxedoed sea birds live long lives, choose a mate until death do them part, and they return to the same burrow year after year to raise their young.
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