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Still Waters

South African town overrun by penguins

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With their distinctive black and white feathers and adorable waddle, penguins have long been a firm favourite with animal lovers.

But the birds would appear to have a bullying side, if the complaints of exasperated South African residents are anything to go by.

Betty's Bay has become the stomping ground for a badly-behaved group of penguins who have taken advantage of a broken fence that separates them and their human residents, CNN reported.

http://www.dailymail...ent-locals.html

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http://edition.cnn.c...ca-penguins.cnn

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Any animal will take advantage of a hole in the fence.

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It's better than raptors. And they're cuter too.

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A couple of days ago it was a bunch of rowdy drunken elephants, now it's a invasion of beligerent 'Jackass Penguins' (aptly named, by the way)...

It can't get any better than this, could it? :)

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I'm guessing the home owners are hoping that the whales don't get in on the act....

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The penguins were there first weren't they?

The humans just moved it,

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African penguins? What next Amazonian polar bears?!

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i think the first lady was ready to start a war on penguins. :gun:

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They're plotting something, and I have my money on the old lady!

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Is it bad that I kind of want to visit there now? Just to see badly behaved penguins and maybe shout at them "you dang kids get off my lawn!".

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