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Zoo treats rescued penguins after Peru oil spill

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Lima Zoo veterinarians work every day to wash, feed and monitor the vital signs of Humbolt penguins, a threatened species, and several other seabirds that were saved after nearly 12,000 barrels of crude spilled into the sea off Peru on January 15.

Added on the 05/02/2022 00:16:56 - Copyright : AFP EN

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