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Blooper Reel: Penguins Slipping (20 Gifs)

When it comes to gracefulness, penguins aren't exactly at the top of the list. As adorable as they are, and my gosh they are adorable, penguins are one of the most awkward birds around! Their adorable waddle, their full-out clumsiness, all these weird movements they happen to do just honestly makes us adore them even more. They are beautiful in their awkward, clumsy ways and we're here to celebrate that beauty!

Sure penguins tend to slip a lot, but most importantly, they never let their fall stop them from moving forward. Maybe a little something to keep in mind for any future slip-ups that may come your way. 

And now, for some wild penguins facts that happened to blow our minds. Did you know that the first settlers to witness penguins called them "strange geese?" Or how about the fact that penguins classic black/white coats are actually a suit for camouflage? When seen from above, a penguins black back blends with the ocean water, and when viewed from below, their white bellies match the bright surface. This helps them disguise from their predators such as leopard seals, or orcas, and it also helps them catch prey themselves. 

We know what you're thinking, penguins are freakin' awesome. Now, get yourself all cozy to enjoy this adorable blooper reel of penguins being... well, penguins. 

gifs of penguins slipping - thumbnail includes two screenshot of a gif where a penguin slips
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2020, the year of WFH (working from home). It's been interesting, to say the least. However, we gotta say, one of the main highlights of working from home was being with our pets on a daily basis

Unfortunately, some of those who were WFH work for the news. So, they needed to be on camera in front of the world. Usually, that wouldn't be too much of an issue but if you have a pet... you already know where we're going with this.

Get ready for some of the best new bloopers this year -- mostly featuring our favorite furry creatures! 

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