Nat Geo Took This Rare Footage Of Two Male Penguins Fighting Over A Female Who Used To Be The Mate Of One Of Them

“A fight breaks out when a husband comes home and finds his wife with another penguin.”

As much as 90% of Americans believe cheating is unacceptable, and yet 30-40% of them engage in it. Infidelity is associated with negative outcomes such as divorce, depression, domestic violence, and in some cases, even murder. But why do people cheat, considering the negative effects of the aftermath? And does the phrase “once a cheater, always a cheater” hold any truth?

Learning that our loved ones have been untrue to us is a heartbreaking moment, especially if they get caught in the act.

Most commonly, people try to justify the shameful, horrifying trouble they put themselves into by giving unacceptable excuses. Penguins, on the other hand, don’t even try to explain why they do it. Instead, they just attack. In an incredible video, National Geographic caught the entire act of a female penguin cheating on her partner with another male and the terrible consequences that followed when her partner came home…In the 3-minute clip, the narrator explains:

“Every September, 200,000 penguins flock here to fix up their nests and breed. Life here is good. But this husband has come home to find his wife with another penguin. He flips out. His strategy is simple: batter the homewrecker until he flees.” 

When two male penguins engage in a fight, the female has to decide who the winner is.

And what did she do in this case? She made a terrifying decision…

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