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Newsom the Penguin Explores the Guest Side of the Exhibit

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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Newsom the iPad-playing, guest-pleasing, personable penguin that everyone that meets him grows to love him recently got to check out the June Keyes Penguin Exhibit’s under-look.

Newsom has been in many places at the Aquarium of the Pacific from presentations at the Great Hall to meet-and-greets at the Molina Animal Care Center. However last month was the first time that this young penguin got to explore the outside of his own exhibit.

Check out the video of Newsom making like a guest and watching the penguins from the under-look of the exhibit.

The penguin under-look is a favorite with kids. You can see the look of wonder on their faces as they watch penguins swimming not only next to them but also above them. And now we know its also a hit with the penguins themselves.

Newsom the Penguin Explores the Guest Side of the Exhibit
Newsom experiences what guest to the June Keyes Penguin Exhibit's under-look experience, having penguins swimming by you and above you.  | Hugh Ryono
Newsom the Penguin Explores the Guest Side of the Exhibit
Newsom the penguin really seemed to enjoy watching his exhibit mates from the guest side.  | Hugh Ryono

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