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These Two Tiny Penguins Know How To Fly (First Class)

Here’s a video of two tiny penguin ambassadors on a Delta flight to New York for the premiere of Discovery’s future best-thing-ever Frozen Planet. The penguins each flew in First Class, because of course even penguins are richer than us, but they also took a stroll around the full plane to the delight of passengers who secretly hope this happens on every flight (if they’re me.
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