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Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust launches competition

Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust launches animation competition

To launch the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust’s new For Kids section of their website the Trust is holding an animation competition open to all students.

Entrants will create a short (maximum duration 1 minute) animated computer graphics film that describes how yellow-eyed penguins need privacy to nest and survive. The best animations will feature on the Trust’s website

Submissions should be emailed to by Monday 15 November 2010. Please include your name, and a contact phone number. Winners will be notified by email on 25 November.

Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust trustees will judge the competition and the prize for the most effective animation is a parcel of penguin-related goodies from the Trust.

Background information about yellow-eyed penguins and designing animations can be found on the For Kids pages of the Trust website (


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