Wuhan Zoo wel­comes its first African pen­guin twins

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY - By Wang Yaxin

Two newly-ar­rived African pen­guins met the pub­lic at Wuhan Zoo on March 20.

The African pen­guin is a species of pen­guin found in south­ern African wa­ters. It is al­sowidely known as the jack­ass pen­guin for its don­key-like bray, although sev­eral re­lated species of South Amer­i­can pen­guins pro duce the same so und. They weigh around 2.5 kg and feed on yel­low croak­ers.

Wuhan Zoo also ac­com­mo­dates 20 Hum­boldt Pen­guins in­tro­duced from the Nether­lands.

African pen­guin

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