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Sports Penguin waddling in Broxtowe picked up by police

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Image copyright Nottinghamshire Police Image caption The penguin was waddling along a village street in Strelley when police picked the bird up on Sunday morning A penguin waddling through a village has been picked up by police officers on a routine patrol.They were on patrol in Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, when they spotted the Humboldt penguin in…
Sports Penguin waddling in Broxtowe picked up by police

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The penguin turned into once waddling alongside a village avenue in Strelley when police picked the bird up on Sunday morning

A penguin waddling thru a village has been picked up by cops on a routine patrol.

They were on patrol in Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, when they spotted the Humboldt penguin in a village avenue in the early hours of Sunday.

The bird, nicknamed Po-Po, had escaped from a farm enclosure in Strelley and then managed to slouch a mile up the avenue.

Police caught their beak in and the penguin turned into once returned to its owner.

PC Gareth Philp acknowledged they nicknamed the penguin Po-Po after “he posed for some photos with us and he turned into once very friendly with our officers”.

Last 300 and sixty five days a pair of stolen penguins were rescued by officers in Strelley.

In January 2019 police acted on a tip-off and rescued the birds, and arrested a 23-300 and sixty five days-historic man from Preston on suspicion of housebreaking.

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Nottinghamshire Police

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The stolen Humboldt penguins were lacking for 2 months sooner than being returned to their owner in January 2019

Native to South The USA, Humboldt penguins (Spheniscus humboldti) are named after the most fresh of water right thru which they swim, which takes its name from Prussian explorer Alexander von Humboldt.

Whereas no longer at the 2nd endangered they’re listed as “susceptible” by the Worldwide Union for Conservation of Nature, meaning they’re at fast or impending possibility of fixing into endangered.

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