A video on YouTube of penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific has become viral with more than 100,000 hits so far.
The 59-second video showed the penguins even squealing in delight at the Game of Cats app on the old iPad which the penguins manipulate with their beaks.
The penguins were identified as Jeremy and Newsom which live in the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. Newsom won the game and even set a penguin high-score for the game.
However, a blogger in Gizmondo named Mr Killjoy, disagreed with the description on the YouTube video that the penguins were having fun and enjoying the experience. "It's more likely confused as to why the tasty looking morsel cannot be procured from the surface of the strange shiny rock," he wrote.
"The video was entertaining nonetheless," Mr Killjoy admitted.
The Aquarium of the Pacific, which opened in 1998, features more than 11,000 Pacific sea creatures from native otters to sea lions and colourful fish from Baja, California, Bering Sea, Palau, Catalina Island and South Pacific.
YouTube has several videos that showed cats actually playing the Game for Cats app such as this one which had more than 370,000 hits.
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