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A letter from Popper's father falls unnoticed beneath a cabinet. For several days the room is covered with snow to accommodate the penguins. After the snow is removed, Popper discovers the letter but the envelope is not damp, waterlogged or damaged in any way.
When a man is knocked over by the penguins at the Guggenheim, he yells a Wilhelm Scream.