New Zealand surgeon carries out two hour operation to save Emperor Penguin

A top New Zealand surgeon has carried out a two-hour operation to save the life of the Emperor penguin that waddled ashore on a North Island beach. Emperor Penguin found on a beach, 4000 kilometers from it’s natural home in Antartica. As of 26th June it has survived second op to remove sand and resting for another op to inspect if anytihng is blocking it’s gut. Doctors have removed a handful of sticks, 150ml of sand and 400ml of fluid from its stomach.The emperor penguin found at Peka Peka beach this week is currently being treated at The Nest – Te Kohanga at Wellington Zoo.However, visitors are advised that the penguin will not be on display apart from during procedures at The Nest.There are no procedures planned for  the emperor penguin on Tuesday 28 June. News from: Wellington Zoo

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