A penguin living in Edinburgh Zoo was promoted from the rank of Brigadier to Major General in the Norwegian Army. Even though it may sound a bit strange, it is a true thing. A penguin named Sir Nils Olav III has been promoted from the rank of Brigadier to Major General in the Norwegian Army. Now its name has been registered in Gijin World Records. This is the biggest honor any bird has received so far. And it is also the bird occupying the highest rank.
Penguin made Major General on promotion from Brigadier
The famous penguin named Sir Nils Olav III, living in the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, has been promoted from the rank of Brigadier to Major General in the Norwegian Army. At the same time, pictures of a penguin named Sir Nils, who was promoted to the third highest post in the Norwegian Army, are going viral on social media. Many lakhs of people have liked it.
Let us tell you, Sir Nils Olav III Penguin earlier held the post of Brigadier in the army, after which he was promoted to become Major General. Sir Nils Olav III is known as the Baron of the Bouvet Islands and the official mascot of the King’s Guard of Norway. This is the first bird to reach this position, whose name has been recorded in the Guinness Records.
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According to media reports, the tradition of honoring penguins in Norway began in 1972 when a Norwegian King’s Guard adopted a penguin while visiting the zoo. At that time he considered it to be the fate of the army. After which he started being promoted continuously.