By Calum Leslie
By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent
With families unable to visit their loved ones in care homes, staff organised a visit from penguins Charlie and Rupert.
Here are some stories you may have missed this week.
Some of the stories from around the world that you may have missed this week.
A penguin at an East Yorkshire zoo is celebrating her 30th birthday today, with zookeepers believing she is among the oldest penguins in the UK.
Rosie the Humboldt penguin arrived at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, near Bridlington, in 1990 and has surpassed the life expectancy for her species in the wild by around 10 years.
Head zoo keeper John Pickering said: "It’s obviously a real shame that we can’t share it with the public in the normal way, but we look forward to welcoming visitors back to the zoo, and to the daily penguin feeding times, as soon as we are able."
Humboldt penguins are classed as vulnerable to extinction due to changes in climate and overfishing of their preferred prey species.
An East Riding of Yorkshire Council spokesman said: "Life expectancy of Humboldt penguins in the wild is 15 to 20 years and Rosie is believed to be one of the oldest penguins in the UK."Copyright: PA Media
Documentary series which celebrates earth in its natural glory. How the advance and retreat of the ice in the polar regions becomes a real challenge to the animals.
On a trip to Antarctica, actor Marion Cotillard speaks about the impact of film industry on climate change.
By Nuala McCann
BBC News NI
By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter
Lindsay McCrae spent 11 months in Antarctica filming emperor penguins for a documentary series. But while he was away, his wife gave birth to their first child.
By Manish Pandey