I was recently in the American West doing some landscape photos. Around the Grand Canyon, I happened to be see Tux the penguin. I quickly snapped a photo.
Tux, riding along on his trusty mount Zilla, is seen here in this photo driving a herd of the longhorned variety of hoppergrass winlogos over a cliff. After snapping the photo I was able to get a few quick words from him.
"Why are you driving them over the cliff?", I asked. "Well, it's for the winlogo's own good", Tux said. "They were suffering so badly. I figured a hundred foot drop off a cliff would put them out of their misery", Tux added.
What the winlogos were suffering from is still a mystery, but it has been speculated that they had severe cases of internal corruption. But of course this is just speculation.
--Reporter from the field,