The Buckets by Greg Cravens for July 17, 2023

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    Lucy Rudy  10 months ago

    That’s true, they wouldn’t know anywhere else exists.

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    sergioandrade Premium Member 10 months ago

    As I recall from watching nature shows, Penguins mostly live in the Antarctic because almost nothing else lives there especially things that like to eat adult penguins.

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    Doctor Toon  10 months ago

    All dressed up with no place to go

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    gregcartoon Premium Member 10 months ago

    If you haven’t already seen it- look up the ‘penguins chasing a butterfly’ video. Cute li’l pudgy birds all madly hopping after a butterfly, like they got their li’l tuxedo pants down around their ankles but are trying to run.

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  10 months ago

    That’s where the buffet is. And not all wild penguins live in the Antarctic.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 10 months ago

    Some are having trouble due to the world heating up. Conservationists are setting up cooling boxes for them to be able to nest.

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    Just-me  10 months ago

    He needs to check out the African Penguins.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 10 months ago

    Other places have critters that eat penguins.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 10 months ago

    They have evolved to live there in those conditions. They would do poorly in Death Valley or the Camargue (Except maybe the coastal regions)

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    raybarb44  10 months ago

    It’s home….

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    cuzinron47  10 months ago

    There’s some living in Pittsburgh, with skates on.

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