A rare penguin from Antarctica appeared in New Zealand

According to data from the New Zealand Birds Online encyclopedia, this was only the third time since records began that the Adélie penguin had reached New Zealand from Antarctica. Why the flightless seabird swam so far was not clear at first. According to the encyclopedia, Adélie penguins are abundant in the Ross Sea, but they rarely find their way to New Zealand.

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