The penguins’ names are Mo & Jo or Tom & Jerry or Jim & Zo. One’s a female, and one’s a male. The left one is male; the attitude looks like I would expect a male to look. I don’t know; I can’t see the front of them.
They’re holding hands. He’s following protocol: holding his hand out to her. He’s just doing it, not because he wants to.
They’re sweethearts. But they don’t want to appear too much like sweethearts because they’re dragging their tails.
Even though they’re walking holding hands, they have their heads up, and they’re looking in opposite directions as if they’re not together. Doesn’t that mean they’re watching for traffic each way? No, just birds and other animals. It doesn’t have to be cars – it’s traffic.
Are they going to get married? I don’t think they’re going to get married. They’re just walking in the water. They’re just sweethearts at this point.
They’re going for a swim. They’re going looking for adventure. Both are the same thing!
Next they’re going to have a big kiss. Then they’re going to mate. After some time, the mother is going to lay an egg. Then she’ll go off to feed and give the egg to the father. There are a bunch of penguins, and they will all stand together and shelter all the little ones.
--Created on 1-6-2014