In a world full of crazy, it's nice to hear a heartwarming story like this one: Elmer's glue is a well known household staple with many practical and unusual uses, but recently the Syracuse Zoo used it to help out an unhatched penguin chick.

Elmer's glue has many surprising practical uses including: Splinter removal, improving flower longevity, fixing shoelace frays, patching holes, and making slime, but zookeepers at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo recently used it to potentially save a baby penguin's life.

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