Who wants to watch some live penguin TV!?
That's right Pirates, we know that sadly, we can't travel to Australia right now to see the world famous Penguin Parade in real life, but we can do the next best thing - watch it live from the comfort of our own home.
What is the Penguin Parade?
Phillip Island (a two hour drive south from Melbourne) is home to a huge 32,000 Little Penguins, making it the world's largest colony of this super cute seabird. Each night, at sunset, the penguins return from a day of swimming and fishing to parade (or waddle) up the beach to their nests on Phillip Island beach.
What are Little Penguins?
These penguins are the smallest in the world! Coming in at a maximum height of 33cm and weighing around 1kg, these birds are seriously small. You can only find this particular type of penguin in Australia and New Zealand - most well known is the colony at the Phillip Island Nature Park.
Why have they only just started streaming this!?
Due to Covid-19, all the Phillip Island Nature Parks are shut to visitors, but the Park Rangers still want wanted to share this adorable natural phenomenon with the world. The 30 minute stream will run nightly for the foreseeable future - yay!
Where can I watch Live Penguin TV?