“It feels like just yesterday that Sphen and Magic, the same-sex penguin couple living at Sydney‘s Sea Life Aquarium in Australia, melted the Internet’s hearts by bringing a baby chick into the world.Well now we have an update on the adorable trio. Sea Life Aquarium has just announced that the beloved penguin chick born in October — known as Baby Sphengic — is female.”We’ve loved how engaged and interested the visitors from all over the world are, having followed the love story of Sphen and Magic,” Laetitia Hannan, penguin keeper at the aquarium, tells CNN Travel.READ MORE ABOUT IT! CNN.com
See also, ‘Sphengic’s Swimming Lessons’ video
WFLA.com posted that ‘Penguins at Pittsburgh Zoo take walk outside into falling snow‘.
Maryland.OurCommunityNow.com reported that ‘5 BABY PENGUINS HATCHED AT MARYLAND ZOO
“The Maryland Zoo welcomed five new penguins — and there are more to come!
The African Penguin chicks, each one about the size of a chicken egg, hatched at Maryland Zoo in October.
From Amazon.com summary:
“A Peacock in the Land of Penguins brings new insight to an important topic – workforce diversity. Written in a charming, engaging style, it is a contemporary “”corporate fable”” – a tale for our times. This story echoes one that is unfolding each and every day in organizations all across the country – how to manage the increasing diversity of the workforce and capture the talent, energy, and commitment of all employees.”
his short animation is a zany version of the classic fairy tale, with the leading role played by a mistreated, romantic penguin, with hilarious results. Cinderella Penguin loses her magic flipper as she runs to meet her midnight deadline, but all ends well when Prince Charming finds the right webbed foot and the nasty step-family is brought to heel. A 1981 Oscar® nominee.
Based on the book…
Amazon review from Booklist:
“Just as in the story that Grand Nanny Penguin is telling, Little Penguin slides down hills, dances with wild, silly, goony birds, and almost gets eaten by a whale. “The deep greens, bright yellows, and glacial blues depict a northern world of fun and frolic that is warm and appealing.”–Booklist