Penguin Population At Seaworld Expanding

The penguin population is growing at SeaWorld in San Diego.
The Penguin Post has learned that nearly two dozen penguin chicks, representing three different species, have been born at the park since the middle of November.
SeaWorld says some of the baby penguins are being raised by their parents in the Penguin Encounter Exhibit, while others are being hand-raised in a nursery. The chicks will be ready to swim and join the adult penguins in the water when they are three months old.
More than 500 penguin chicks have been hatched at SeaWorld since 1980.


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