A lost Humboldt penguin wandered into a house on Monday (September 19) in the northern Peruvian town of Chimbote, 300 km (186 miles) north of Lima.
The penguin became a worldwide sensation after it lost its way and ended up 2,000 miles from home in New Zealand. After a trying recovery, Happy Feet has been given a clean bill of health.
Somehow a 10-month-old penguin got lost and ended up 2,000 miles from home. It's first time New Zealanders have seen a bird like that since 1967. Now, experts and fans are hoping it will find its way back home before too long.
LIMA (Reuters) - An earthquake that shook buildings in the Peruvian capital of Lima on Friday had a magnitude of 5.5 and a depth of 94 kilometers (58 miles), according to a preliminary report by Peru's Geophysical Institute.
Humboldt County in northern California, more than 280 miles north of San Francisco, is known for its small towns, rocky coastline, and towering redwoods. Much of it is wild — it’s home to 40% of the world’s redwood trees — which can...