Photographer Shares Video Of The Two Widowed Penguins That Won Our Hearts

Photographer Shares Video Of The Two Widowed Penguins That Won Our Hearts

Do Lion feel joy, Giraffe feels grief, birds feel depression? This question may seem pointless, but according to Pythagorean animals feel the same emotion as humans. Some of the recent research provided evidence that proves, animals do have the feeling of sorrow, joy, cry, smile, etc.

This fact is again proved by a photographer who has shared a video of the two widowed Penguins that won our hearts.

The heart touching moment was captured by a photographer Tobias Baumgartner. This picture of the Penguins went viral. 

heart touching two widowed penguins

The photograph was taken in the Melbourne suburb of St. Kilda back in 2019, but it wasn’t shared on the internet, but after sharing the photograph of pair of Penguins they touched the heart of every single person.

On the day of World Penguins Day, photographer Tobias shared a clip of 30 seconds on Instagram with the caption:

“Here is a short video of the two penguins which have recently touched so many hearts around the world”.

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– Happy World Penguin Day – Here is a short video of the two penguins which have recently touched so many hearts around the world. While standing on the rock and facing the Melbourne skyline, they are surrounded by the calls of hundreds of other little fairy penguins. May these two bring even more love into your lives! I am a dreamer,… I believe that it is important to have dreams as they make life worth living and give love meaning. I previously shared these penguin images to spread love because that, I believed, is what the world needed most right now. It was never intended to be scientifically accurate as it was quite obviously romanticized by adding my personal feelings of being separated from and longing for the one I can’t live without. I wrote these words from the bottom of my heart and never expected so many people to connect with them. Like with anything else in life too much of one thing has the potential to become dangerous and while we don’t know what goes on in these little penguins I’ve been advised by the scientific community that anthropomorphizing animals can have a negative influence on them as it “can… lead to inappropriate behaviors towards wild animals”. This is especially the case for animals living in such close proximity to the city as they are already dealing with various challenges. I have further been adviced that these two could be related, …the exact relation of these two is at this point probably hard to figure out but i am happy to hear that if they are not friends then they might at least be family. Either way I believe that this was a truly beautiful and magical moment that spread so much love around the world. I also believe that humans protect what they can connect with and it acts as a reminder that we share this beautiful world with many other beings which come in various shapes and sizes, degrees of fluffiness and colors as well as with specific needs crucial for their survival. It presents us with just one of many reasons why we should protect the ones with no voice to stand up for themselves and most importantly it has shown us that if we care and come together we could change the world… CONTINUE IN COMMENTS…

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When they were standing on the rocks and facing the Melbourne skyline. These two penguins were surrounded by the hundred little fairy Penguins.

Love is something that can heal your pain. It provides strength to stand strong in every situation. The way that pair of Penguins are supporting each other, sharing pain, proves that everyone needs love, if you have someone to share your pain, happiness, then you’re privileged. Admire the people who support you.

two penguins were surrounded by the hundred little fairy Penguins

In the original post, he has written, I previously shared these penguin images to spread love because this time support is what the world needed most right now.

It was never intended to be scientifically accurate as it was quite obviously romanticized by adding my personal feelings of being separated from and longing for the one I can’t live without.

“I wrote these words from the bottom of my heart and never expected so many people to connect with them.” 

People showing there love to the Penguins

People showing there love to the Penguins by commenting on the post shared by Tobias.

People showing there love to the Penguins

A person commented:

“ Thank you so much for sharing stunning photos and great footage. They give us lots of strength and support during this harsh time.”

People showing there love to the Penguins

Another person further added:

“I love the beautiful and heart-breaking still photos you shared previously and now this amazing video clip. There isn’t any word I’m able to write to describe to you the way those two portions of labor touches my heart and soul.”

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