Two penguins! Two familiarities! They're holding hands. (Their holding hands is force of habit. They run hand-in-hand often.)
They're contemplating where they are going....to the water....standing on the ice ready to slide off. They slide off the ice and into the water. They're playing.(that's what I was going to say)They're going to swim and splash around.
There's the sound of a rushing river. There's screeching. Other penguins are screeching. He screeches and we don't know if she's a screecher.
Their names are Pat and Mike. They could have babies. They have their babies in the spring. Their babies names are Cheech and Chong.
It smells terrible because of all the droppings.
The river is in the Antarctic, but you can find them in the Arctic, too. The ice is near their haunt.
After swimming they'll come back to their home on the ice floe. It must be an ice house. I've never seen a penguin build an ice house or an igloo. I don't know what it looks like - an igloo or a nest. Somebody must know. Us! We know what it looks like.
They go off on their merry way. They have a drink and then they eat.