Sometimes, you just need your own personal right of way.
The small blue penguins that live in Oamaru, New Zealand, have a new method for crossing the busy road that divides the harbour from their nests — a specially-built penguin underpass.
Also known as kororā and as fairy penguins in Australia, the blue penguin is found in New Zealand and on the south coast of Australia. While threatened by predators, particularly dogs, coastal development is also threatening their nesting areas.
The transit route was necessary to protect the small penguins from traffic, especially in summer, Jason Gaskill, general manager at Tourism Waitaki Limited told Mashable. Read more...
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