ザ モーニング卵 November 17th, 2014

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This 10-year-old King Penguin was rescued from a fisherman’s line and refused to leave after he was healed. He was adopted by a family in a small town in Japan and became a beloved pet who has his own personal air-conditioned cold room. Lala is so smart – he walks to the fish store with his little backpack to shop for fresh fish every day. You are going to love this little video! ^^♥

About MorningBerryz

Lover and free spirit who's interests in Japanese culture and the like are insatiable. I am of pure Japanese/Okinawan descent, love my cats, sleep and am a bit naughty at times :).
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5 Responses to ザ モーニング卵 November 17th, 2014

  1. philipleslie says:

    Amazing! So cute too. Now everyone will want to adopt a penguin. I know I do.

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    • I wonder how cold that room needs to be?..as I can’t imagine any room in a home being very North~Poly =P. So cute with the backpack and all and it’s really amazing how he finds his way to the store each day….now if only he really did have coins for that vending machine I wonder what he would have chosen =).

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  2. Ivan says:

    hahaha not a penguin

    but i want a owl, i sse lot of videos ppl with one inside their house, not the big ones but one small hahah so cute 😛

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    • Oh I didn’t know that owls could be kept as pets? They may be difficult to feed though as they like to prey on small animals and the like….an all fish diet for a penguin would be much more feasible don’t you think? =)

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      • Ivan says:

        i think they need some permission from animal care instituition (like ibama on brazil) or something like this, but search on net u go want have one too hahaha

        hmm is the best one for they haha, but what more they can eat ? do u know ?

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