Here's the second one:
All Iím saying is I donít know how you guys walk in this stuff!
This is a story of survival and hot penguin loving.
Each year emperor penguins march seventy miles in the freezing cold to mate.
The mother lays an egg and passes it to the father.
Iíve got it! Iíve got it!
While the mother is walking the entire way back to get food the father is ** the egg.
Challenges include polar ice storms, death by seals and super-annoying birds.
Each chick makes a unique sound the parents recognize.
The mom returns to feed the chicks a gourmet meal.
The chicks spend then much of their time being being cute.
They head for the water, never to see their parents again. As our journey ends, one final question remains: will someone please get me a hot chocolate?
PS: I think it's great that you do this. English can be made fun and interesting. What grades do you teach?
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