A Penguin’s Perspective: Gus Reviews our New Giant Screen Film Penguins 3D


July 21, 2017
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By Gus the Penguin

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About the author:

Gus was hatched in Eastern Antarctica in 2005. That may not sound like very long ago, but he’s middle aged for a penguin!  After graduating from swimming and hunting lessons Gus tried many pursuits, but ultimately found life in the frozen wastelands of the Antarctic unfulfilling. It was quite a surprise for us to find his resume among the applications to be a summer intern here at HMNS, but we figured who would be better to help get museum guests excited about our new movie and awesome exhibition highlighting penguins than one of their own.

It might seem strange for a penguin to live in Houston, but there are many species of penguins that live in subtropical and tropical environments throughout the Southern Hemisphere, including South Africa and the Galapagos. Although Emperor Penguins like Gus are strictly cold weather animals, he says that he’s tired of watching his cousins have all the fun. He has fit in surprisingly well here in sunny Houston; probably better than than he would in another city that gets cold weather: there was an awkward moment during his stopover in Amchorage when his instinct to huddle kicked in. It might be a great adaptation to surviving the winter in the Antarctic, but huddling is with anyone around you is not a good way to preserve your life while your waiting for your red-eye to start loading.

Gus will be here at HMNS all summer, so be sure to come visit him! Although he doesn’t speak the same language as us, he shares our appreciation for learning and fun. He’ll be roaming the Halls every day, looking for fellow science-lovers to hug.

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