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Following the staff at the Sancob Seabird Rescue Centre in Cape Town.

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A large-scale leopard attack near Cape Town leaves 33 penguins dead; the sole survivor is picked up by rangers and rushed to Sanccob.
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The odds are stacked against an undersized, abandoned chick; at almost four months Little Bluey weighs just over a kilo.
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A wild penguin receives treatment for a life-or-death wound, two home-pen inhabitants get into a nasty fight and one of the long-term residents celebrates a special occasion.
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Amputee Cedric's happy marriage to wife Robin faces its biggest challenge, Squeaker the juvenile tests people's patience and a wild penguin comes in with a life-threatening wound.
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The staff battle to save a vulnerable chick, a portly penguin is put on a strict diet, and in home pen a juvenile of unknown gender gets some important test results.
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Overgrown mummy's boy Pete won't leave the parental home; options are running out for a penguin with a dislocated knee; one-eyed Edgar is desperate to please his wife.
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The Centre's grumpiest resident, Crabby, greets a new arrival that melts his icy heart, and Princess -- queen of the resident penguins -- faces the biggest loss of her young life.
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The staff at the Sancob Seabird Rescue Center in Cape Town race against time to help a penguin contaminated by oil, and wannabe dad Winston takes his nest-building too far.

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