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Penguins are sea birds, as they have feathers, but not fly. Walk and run at high speed. Usually nest once a year, guarding their eggs between their feet and not let him touch the snow, which is 40 degrees below zero.
They feed on small marine animals such as, squid, fish, crustaceans and krill. The black and white penguin named Nils Olav, was taken by military forces in Norway in 1972 and became the mascot.
Since then he has been given many honorary positions, including named Sergeant Major, one of the most important positions in the Norwegian army.
The armed forces have promoted to the position of Honorary Commander of the Royal Norwegian Navy.
Many people gathered to watch the ceremony, and the Norwegian authorities, which gave a medal to Olav, for his long service in the armed forces, and for good behavior. During the ceremony was applauded the penguin commander of the Norwegian Navy, Nils Olav.
From the moment when the penguin Olav made his walks, he will be greeted with the utmost respect and say, “Colonel Olav.”
It is also built a life-size statue, which was to observe when he made the walk to greet the subordinates.
When Olav reviewed the troops, he replied, his orders Colonel Nils Olav.
Despite being the penguin more prepared to lead troops, the Commander in Chief Honorary Royal Norwegian Navy will not be sent into battle.