WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 29: In this handout provided by Pacific Radiology Ltd, an X-ray image of "Happy Feet", the emperor penguin that washed up on the Kapiti Coast last week, is seen on June... more 
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 29: In this handout provided by Pacific Radiology Ltd, an X-ray image of "Happy Feet", the emperor penguin that washed up on the Kapiti Coast last week, is seen on June 29, 2011 in Wellington, New Zealand. The young penguin landed on NZ shores last week, after traveling over 3,000 kilometres from the antarctic. The ill penguin was operated on at Wellington Zoo several times this week to remove sand and sticks from it's stomach with hopes it will recover fully. A team of experts is likely to decide today, whether the bird will remain in captivity in New Zealand, or be transported back the the antarctic. (Photo by Pacific Radiology Ltd via Getty Images) less 
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