Meet a happy Berlin penguins who have adopted an egg

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King penguins Skipper and Ping have been looking after a egg given July, German media reported on Friday.

According to staff during a Berlin zoo, a integrate have been unfortunate to have a chicky of their possess for a while, and have even attempted “to induce fish and stones” in their bid to turn parents.

Zoo orator Maximilian Jäger pronounced a integrate are “behaving like indication parents” and “taking turns to keep a egg warm” by nesting it on their feet underneath their swell skin.

The span were given a egg to demeanour after given a womanlike penguin in a organisation hadn’t shown most interest. They’ve now been delicately safeguarding and guarding a egg from any dangers.

However, it’s not famous if a egg has been fertilized. If they are propitious afterwards a new chicky will join a family after about 55 days.

Skipper and Ping, who are both 10-years-old, changed to Berlin from Hamburg’s Hagenbeck Zoo in April, and have been inseparable ever since.

Many people have welcomed a news like this Twitter user who wished a penguins good luck.

Gay penguins of possibly sex are not unusual, and can be found in a furious and in captivity.

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“Same sex penguin pairs also exist in healthy habitats,” pronounced Jäger.

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