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Inside Edition 9 Oct 2019

Penguin Nursed Back to Health After Long Journey

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After a long journey, this little guy needed some R&R. Rescuers in southern Australia say they found a Fiordland penguin in a river struggling to swim. They say he traveled all the way from New Zealand, which is more than 1,500 miles away. He was scooped up and brought to the Melbourne Zoo for treatment. They say he must have lost quite a lot of weight on his journey, so they scanned him for other ailments and injuries. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.


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