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Admiral Fancy Pants

From The Aquarium Blog

March 23, 2017

Admiral Fancy Pants

Can you guess the name of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s newest penguin? Here are a couple of hints. He looks well dressed in his natural tuxedo. And when he comes aboard the exhibit the rest of the penguins line up for inspection like sailors on a Navy ship. He is…Admiral Fancy Pants.

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