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(NPR)   Iceland marks the onset of Fall with a grand tradition: throwing baby birds off of cliffs   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Silly, Puffin, Atlantic Puffin, people of Iceland, baby puffins, Seabird, Bye buddy, chicks of Atlantic puffins, human lights  
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2022-09-26 5:37:10 PM  
Let's just take a moment to appreciate the fact that baby puffins are called "pufflings".
 
2022-09-26 5:54:27 PM  
*puffling*puffling*pass*
 
2022-09-26 6:09:52 PM  
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2022-09-26 6:53:14 PM  

I Ate Shergar: Let's just take a moment to appreciate the fact that baby puffins are called "pufflings".


Awww...so cute. *yeet*
 
2022-09-26 6:54:18 PM  
Funny how nobody does that up here.

Maybe that's why I've never seen a puffin.
 
2022-09-26 6:56:38 PM  
My daughter just landed in Reykjavik today.  I shall tell her about this.  She farking hates birds.

Just kidding, she probably loves them.
 
2022-09-26 7:19:36 PM  
Car parts, bottles and cutlery...
 
2022-09-26 9:22:18 PM  
How many died to bring us this information?
 
2022-09-26 9:37:46 PM  
coupla photoshop candidates in there
 
2022-09-26 10:17:19 PM  

dennysgod: How many died to bring us this information?


They went alphabetically until they figured out baby puffins could fly. Those poor baby penguins.
 
2022-09-26 10:40:20 PM  
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