“I’ve never been so stressed out for a penguin”: a video of a flightless bird rushing across the ice before the plaque separating it from its colony breaks off, re-emerging on social media
- The shots of the penguin separated from its colony have become viral again today
- The penguin runs across the ice while the rest of the colony is on the other side
- The ice then breaks off and the flightless bird is forced to slide to get back
- Social network users found the clip funny with the words “I thought penguins could swim.”
This is the moment the penguin ran across the ice before the plate tore off and separated it from its colony.
Footage published in 2019 and taken from above reappeared on social networks.
The playful penguin runs across the ice, while the rest of its colony is on the other side, on.
In the footage, an excited flightless bird separates from the colony.
This is because before he can rejoin his friends, the ice will break.
Video filmmaker and other people shouting ‘No!’ and “He split up!”
The penguin has no choice but to make a leap of faith to reunite with the rest of the group and glide quickly on the ice.
Those who shoot express their relief by saying, “He did it, he’s back with his friends,” when he sees the penguin and his colony again.
In footage from 2019, an excited flightless bird separated from the colony
There is nothing left but to make a leap in the belief that he will reunite with the rest of the group and slide on the ice
This moment has become viral again, as the 2019 clip was re-shared on Twitter today by Dr Mike Galsworthy, who wrote, ‘Come on, boy, you can do it.’
Social network users responded to the clip online with pleasure.
Some said, ‘I don’t understand, I thought penguins could swim.’
But others wrote on Twitter, “I literally said, come on, buddy, come on, buddy! ANOSSSSSS! An epic task at the level. “
Another person said, “SUCCESS! I’m a penguin, you hear me yelling … ”
Twitter users were happy to respond to the reshared clip from 2019 today and wrote “Wonderful to watch” and “SUCCESS! I’m a penguin, you hear me yelling … “