Slideshow: Penguins Go Through Airport Security
- Two traveling penguins from Seaworld in San Antonio went through regular airport screening at Denver International Airport recently. Here, Pat and Penny are removed from their carry-on case so they can walk through the metal detector. (Pat is the good looking one)
- A handler walks ahead of the two birds to show them the way. They look a little confused about why they have to do this.
- The first penguin seems to be wondering why this is necessary. "It's not like I planned to hijack the plane to Antarctica."
- This penguin needs a little coaxing to cross the line. "Gee, the things I do for a fish!"
- Slideshow: Penguins Go Through Airport Security
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