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Penguin who loved a cardboard cut-out dies next to it

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Penguin who loved a cardboard cut-out dies next to itGrape-kun became enamored with the cutout of an anime character in a penguin dress after it was placed in his enclosure at Tobu Zoo, in Miyashiro, during an advertisement campaign.
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