When the Norwegian King's Guard visited the Edinburgh Military Tattoo of 1961 for a drill display, [7] a lieutenant called Nils Egelien became interested in the zoo's penguin colony. When the Guards once again returned to Edinburgh in 1972, he arranged for the regiment to adopt a penguin. This penguin was named Nils Olav in honour of Nils Egelien and King Olav V of Norway .

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