Going to the penguin exhibit

For a class field trip, my university took us to the zoo, which is a respected field trip spot.

While most of the kids oohed and ahed at all of the exotic birdies, reptiles and other pets, I had one main thing on my mind, the penguin exhibit, however penguins have regularly fascinated me, they are particularly interesting little birdies.

Especially since they are obviously not afraid of people and you can pet them and stuff. I strolled away from the rest of my group and eventually found the sign who led to the penguin exhibit. I entered and was instantly greeted with an icy cold breeze. I instantly started shivering. Wow! I knew it was going to be cold, but I didn’t assume it was going to be this cold. I could particularly see my breath in this room! I hastily moved on over to the actual penguins, and one was right up close and center. I got to pet the glass, and pretend that I was particularly petting the penguin. My breath was fogging up the glass and I was freezing so I left in a hurry. When I was done, I went up to my mentor and asked how they make it so cold. My mentor explained that they had some advanced Heating and Air Conditioning systems that blew icy cold cooling air 24/7 for the penguins. I was fascinated. This led myself and others to trying this at home, and turning my own cooling system down as far as it would go, which my parents didn’t appreciate. Sure enough, my house became super cold from the cooling system! I kind of became fascinated with heating and cooling units afterwards.

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