Del Mar Penguin Plunge kicks off 2013

Scott and Sam Hiraoka

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Local residents welcomed the New Year with a dip in the Pacific Ocean at the Jan. 1, 2013 Penguin Plunge held at Del Mar Beach.

Photos/Jon Clark

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