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25 Coolest and Funniest Tux Wallpapers

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People just can't get enough of Tux, the world-renowned penguin mascot of Linux. I decided to give Tux lovers another treat by handing out my list of twenty coolest, funniest, and maybe cutest Tux wallpapers. So without any more delay, here they are:

1. Tux Pirate

2. Black Tux

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