Transcript for Instant Index: Rescuers Use Sweaters to Save Penguins
Our "Instant index," begins with a beguiling rescue effort under way tonight, to save some tiny penguins in Australia. They're living near waters polluted with oil. The solution, tiny sweaters, knitted and donated by good samaritans around the world. The sweaters are to protect their feathers. And the penguins are so small, a patch of oil no bigger than a thumbnail could kill them. So far, the sweaters are working. And what is the story of this video? 30 million people have flocked to watch. Billed as 20 complete strangers asked to kiss. What will happen when they do it on camera? We've learned it's true. They are strangers, but not exactly only couples off the street. Many are paid actors, musicians, models. And that video is, in fact, an ad for a clothing designer.
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