BALTIMORE - It’s an adorable sight at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore this week as the fourth African penguin of the season hatched Tuesday.
“Breeding season started early this year, and these are the first chicks to hatch,” Jen Kottyan, avian collection and conservation manager, said in a release issued by the zoo.
The chicks hatched Sept. 22, 28, 30 and Oct. 15 respectively, and each is doing well.
The baby penguins will not be in public view until they get older.
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