A confused but brave Emperor Penguin set a "drifting record” from the Antarctica to New Zealand
June 20, at Kapiti Coast in New Zealand. Recently, New Zealander Christine Wilton was walking the dog on the beach south of Wellington, seeing a guest about 2 feet (0.7 meters) high who should not be there – an Emperor Penguin from Antarctica, he’s then wandering around the beach. It’s estimated that this only 10 months young penguin may be get lost in the Antarctica, all the way north after long journey of thousands miles, then arriving at New Zealand in muddle-headed state. It’s the first that a Penguin is found in New Zealand’s wild environment in 44 years.
This confused Emperor Penguin who is only 10 months old perhaps set "drifting record” of their race.