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Same-sex king penguins Skipper and Ping are trying to hatch an egg (via Zoo Berlin)
Humans aren’t the only ones who struggle to conceive.
Two male king penguins at Zoo Berlin tried nurturing objects like a wet rock and slimy fish in hopes of hatching a child of their own.
Spoiler alert: They failed.
The same-sex couple arrived from Hamburg this year. Within weeks, it became clear to zookeepers that Skip and Ping wanted to start a family.
“It is very common that two penguins of the same sex come together. I don’t think it is the majority of...more
A gay penguin couple are trying to hatch an egg together.
Skipper and Ping, two male king penguins residing at Zoo Berlin in Germany, arrived as a pair from another zoo in Hamburg in April. Zookeepers were able to tell the couple wanted to start a family soon after their arrival, since Skipper and Ping would take turns trying to incubate rocks and pieces of fish between their legs.
"It is very common that two penguins of the same sex come together," Zoo Berlin spokesperson Maximilian Jäger said. "I don't think it is the majority of penguins, but it is not rare either. We are s...more
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