Monthly Archives: October 2008
Now here’s CD case that I wouldn’t mind having!
The CD carrying bag is made with a cloth hand strip, easy to carry. It saves your storage space, can be numbered, holds CDs and liner notes in both sides easily. It can protect your CDs in good condition.
- Brand new Colorful Penguins Pattern CD Carrying Storage Case Bag Holder, never used before!
- Fashion sleek design with zipper, easy to insert and remove .
- The Penguins Pattern CD Holder is made from durable fabric.
- Lovely Penguins Pattern set in the CD Carrying Bag looks quite fashionable .
- The CD Carrying Storage saves your storage space, can be numbered, holds CDs and liner notes in both sides easily
- Inner CD Case Holder protects CDs from dust, damp, scratches and corruption
- Colorful CD Case with a hand strip, easy to carry
- Ideally hold your CD of music disc, game disc, PC driver disc and so on!
- Max capacity: 80 Discs
- Size: 285*154*52mm
More than 370 penguins that mysteriously washed up on Brazil’s equatorial beaches were flown south on a huge air force cargo plane and released closer to the frigid waters they call home, animal advocates said Monday.
Onlookers cheered as the young Magellanic penguins were set free on a beach in southern Brazil and scampered into the ocean, the International Fund for Animal Welfare said in a statement. It called the penguin release the largest ever in South America.
The penguins were among nearly 1,000 that have washed up on Brazil’s northeastern coast in recent months, said group spokesman Chris Cutter. About 20 percent of the penguins died and the rest were not healthy enough send back.
The penguins, which had been kept at an animal rehabilitation center in the northeastern city of Salvador, were flown on an air force C130 turboprop plane usually used for heavy military cargo to southern Brazil and set free on Saturday.
Experts hope a small group of older penguins released along with the young ones will help guide them south to the Patagonia.
Magellanic penguins breed in large colonies in southern Argentina and Chile and migrate north as far as southwest Brazil between March and September.
Environmentalists say it is not know why the penguins were stranded so far north, but suggest they could have been carried beyond their usual range by a flow of warm water.
Video found at IFAW’s Animal Rescue Blog. This is such an awesome video. Look at them go! Finally some good news this year for the Magellanics.