Wet Bird Couture Presents: The Chinstrap Penguin

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The chinstrap penguin is a very cute and sociable flocking bird.

Their cuteness and sociability comes in especially handy when each penguin pair is getting ready to make an egg (on account of how they acquire most of their own nesting materials out of the nests of other chinstrap penguins).

Chinstraps will also try to incubate just about anything – most notably a rock, which two male penguins named Silo & Roy attempted to hatch at the New York City zoo.

A chinstrap penguin displays both cuteness and craftiness (image courtesy of Wikipedia).
A chinstrap penguin displays both cuteness and craftiness as it ponders making an egg (image courtesy of Wikipedia).

With the chinstrap’s unique combination of cuteness and craftiness, any model attempting this couture look must be prepared to bring their A-game in front of the camera.

Wet Bird Couture is proud to introduce its latest must-have look, the “Chinstrap Penguin.”

Notice how the model expertly balances cuteness (ref: wide black eyes) with craftiness (ref: spiky crest feathers all the way from beak to neckline).
Here, notice how the model expertly balances cuteness (ref: wide black eyes) with craftiness (ref: spiky crest feathers all the way down to the neck line) to pull off this singularly complicated look.

With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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