Where Penguins Freeze

HARD TO BELIEVE THAT A little cold weather has penguins running for cover. But climes fell so low last week at Merley Bird Gardens in Dorset, England, that penguins (Falkland Islanders), flamingos and cockatoos were all ashiver. Zookeepers even tied scarves on penguins in a show of sympathy. Still, they were better off than animals at Berlin's Zoologischer Garten, where hungry foxes from the freezing countryside raided the place for supper. They've been dining on everything from storks to penguins to geese, whose normal escape routes--zoo ponds and canals--have frozen shut. Zookeepers shot a fox last week but believe that more are lurking.