In this Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 photo, Magellanic penguins walk at Punta Tombo, during the start of penguin breeding season in the southern province of Chubut, Argentina. (AP Photo/Daniel Feldman)
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Two South African students have confessed to stealing a penguin called "Buddy" from a marine park and releasing him into the Indian Ocean, the park's management said Tuesday.The endangered African black-footed penguin was taken from Bayworld in Port Elizabeth in the early hours of Wednesday last week, put in a car and taken the short distance to the coast.Penguins normally mate for life, and Buddy has been taken away from his partner Francis.Buddy, also known as penguin number 266, was discovered missing the day after the theft when he could not be found for his monthly health check.
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