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Researchers find new, massive penguin fossils in Antarctica

New penguin fossils have been found on Antarctica's Seymour Island. The species, Palaeeudyptes klekowskii, lived about 40 million years ago, weighed 250 pounds, and were six-feet, seven-inches tall, according to researchers. That makes them potentially the biggest penguins ever to roam the Earth. Read more about the find at USA Today.