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January 29, 2011

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DJ

Awww...how cute. My wife loves penguins so I just had to show her this. If you need any volunteers, I'm sure she'd jump at the chance to help acclimate the little guy to people. :)

DJ

Richard Harrington

I am from Canada and I here that we should stay out of the rain because of the Nuclear fallout covering Canada right now
Does anyone know if this is true or not?

Gaston Cantens

This is also the normal age for a chick to fledge. At this point, the chick will be gradually re-introduced to the exhibit.

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Three chicks hatched altogether. Two are doing well, but one didn't make it, unfortunately.
-Monterey Bay Aquarium

Drae S

Weren't there two chicks hatched? What happened to the second one?

Lori

Good luck with raising the little one. I too work with penguins, and caring for the chicks is a very tense and busy time period, but it is so rewarding when they reach adulthood and are thriving!

Liz Adams

Fascinating to read about the baby penguin. I saw him on TV, bit I wasn't about to see him while he was on exhibit. Please consider a web-cam so we can all see him as he grows up, before he goes back on exhibit. How exciting this is!

Mike

Interesting! I hope that everybody is having a happy Groundhog Day! I'm sorry that I didn't say anything about this yesterday, but it slipped my mind!

thewarren

Thank you for the news and for answering my questions earlier.
I am grateful for this opportunity.

Russ and Marilyn Saunders

We hope that there will be a camera to record the interaction between the new chick and the trainers...that would be most interesting to watch and learn about.

Carmen Cervantes

Thanks for keeping me inform I'm so happy to heard the baby Penguin is doing well & the parents aren't suffering from not seen their baby.

That was my main concern

Ruth Paget

Those cute babies probably have to learn not to be fazed by tapping on the glass, people waving at them, and having their picture taken.

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