"But once it into the water, he spared no time to dive off the boat and all the" published aliens "who have looked after him so long," Argilla said in a statement on the zoo Web site.
It is not clear why the Penguins apparently swam more than 3,000 kilometers (1,864 miles) from the Antarctic. Argilla said in June that the bird went into a current may have lost, or maybe his internal radar went wrong.
The bird was found, "exhausted and hungry," Peka Peka beach at Kapiti Coast on New Zealand this summer, according to the zoo. It has been repeatedly gastric emptying and an endoscopy at the zoo, to his stomach of sand, it was added in an attempt to free adjust the new surroundings.
"In the Antarctic, they usually eat ice cream to cool and hydrate," Kate Baker, a spokeswoman for the zoo said in June. It is possible to confuse the birds or trying to replace the sand for snow or ice, they said.
The left stuffed penguin to the zoo on Monday and spent the last six days on the research vessel in a specially designed box with ice.
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