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Make a paper Tux Linux penguin in less than 15 minutes!!

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This is a Newyear gift to all Open source Lovers..We all love penguin right? It is not enough to be a real Linux Geek, if you really want to impress then you must have a Linux mascot in your apparment.. This image tells how to make tux linux penguin in less than 15 minutes.All u have to do is print this image , cut it out and then glue according to the numbers printed on it.Thats all…The paper tux linux penguin is ready..

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