Herring aid

November 26, 1999

(Photograph) - Herring aid: an ingenious traffic cone feeder, made for the penguins in Edinburgh Zoo, has won the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare's annual award. The keepers wanted to encourage their gentoo, king, marconi and rockhopper penguins to show natural underwater feeding, rather than hand-feeding on land.

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