These Two Penguins Taking A Selfie Will Melt Your Heart
There’s something incredibly adorable about animals discovering cameras. Animal selfies will never not be wonderful and lucky for us all, there's another one to add to the collection. As the Washington Post reports, Eddie Gault, a researcher with the Australian Antarctic Division, put a camera on the ground near an emperor penguin colony at the Auster Rookery in Antarctica. Shortly thereafter, a couple of penguins wandered over and started checking out the camera. And since it was already recording, it captured some fantastic, up-close images of the pair. You can check out the recording below. The end of the video is especially funny, when the birds look at each other and came to a mutual conclusion us humans would understand as “hell no!” But I think it means something else in their language.