Albuquerque, New Mexico 2020-11-21 14:18:40 –
Albuquerque, NY (KRQE)-Albuquerque Biopark announced on Saturday that two of its macaroni penguins are expecting two chicks this December. According to a BioPark press release, the penguins zookeeper found an egg on November 2nd and another egg on November 6th.
The mother and father, Minnow and Jamison, respectively, had a chick together before in 2018 when they lived in Sea World. Macaroni penguins are monogamous and form a lifelong pair.
According to BioPark officials, the eggs were placed in an incubator to get the best shots to survive, and wooden dummy eggs were placed in the minnow and jamison nests. According to BioPark, eggs should hatch in time for the holidays and are expected to hatch between December 9th and mid-December. It continues second from mid-December to late December.
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