When you live long enough, the news begins to resemble H.P. Lovecraft. Just wait; you’ll see I’m right.
The Toronto Sun and elsewhere report that Yale researchers have discovered a new species of giant penguin in Peru. The Inkayacu Paracasensis, or “Water King” Penguin, was more than 5 feet tall and lived 36 million years ago. But what promises to plunge the Penguin Nerd Community into a Spin Bath is the fact that the specimen found has both feathers and scales.