From Racine County Eye:
By Heather Asiyanbi in Community · December 17, 2015 · No comments
"The Racine Zoo‘s African penguin family has four new members, bringing the size of the group to 10.
"Bob was born in 2006 and is the largest of the four, weighing in at
10 pounds; Eon is eight years old and loves to swim and eat his fish off
the floor; Stevie is the youngest at six years old, is shy with people
but loves other penguins; and Norm, the old man of the group, is also
"African penguins are considered medium-sized and are the only species
of penguin that live at the southern most tip of Africa. They can dive
more than 100 feet and hold their breath for more than two minutes as a
time. In the wild, penguins eat up to 14 percent of their body weight,
and their favorites are anchovies, small fish, squid, and shellfish."
Read more: http://racinecountyeye.com/4-new-african-penguins-join-racine-zoo/
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