A group of small blue penguins in New Zealand have had their own underpass built to protect them from traffic and give them privacy from tourists keen to take pictures.
The passage was built to help the birds commute between their nests and the sea at Oamaru Harbour, Otago, on the east coast of the South Island. They are members of the world’s smallest penguin species, typically about 30cm (1ft) tall …
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