Animals doing stuff they don’t usually do gets everyone excited whether you’re an animal person or nah. So get this, this penguin walks to the market everyday with a backpack on his back to get his dinner!
According to a write-up by Elite Readers, Lala the King Penguin is from Japan, but he used to live in the Antarctic. He was rescued by a fisherman when he got trapped in a fishing line. The fisherman then took him in and made him a house pet. He stays with the fisherman, his family and even has his own air-conditioned room!
Every day, Lala walks to the market to get his fishes for dinner carrying a backpack. Here is a video of Lala and he’s adorable!
Such clever creatures! What do you think? Let us know in the comments!
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