BBC Discovers Flying Penguins

BBC Film maker and writer Terry Jones discovered a colony of new, very rare penguins, which have developed the ability to fly. This incredible feat is made possible by their enlarged pectoral muscles and high stamina – effectively nullifying their small wings. These penguins sustain themselves with a high fat, high carbohydrate diet, which gives them the energy they need for long distance flight. Their wings, as it turns out, are aerodynamically perfect to cruise at high altitudes and dive bomb their prey beneath the ocean surface. Scientists believe there will be a sustainable, huntable population of these penguins within the next decade and we could expect to see them in North America before 2020. Watch the video for more information.

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