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The first of our gentoo penguin chicks hatched this week at RZSS Edinburgh Zoo and the rest of the eggs will continue to hatch over the next two to three weeks. 474 more words


Penguins Melt Your Hearts While Their Poop Melts The Ice

The Penguin Post has learned that Gentoo penguins have given the term nesting a whole new meaning.  The penguins poop on their frozen landscape in the Antarctic to melt it, creating the ideal location to rear their young when the time comes, new… 318 more words

Chief Executive's Blog


To start with I want to say that we are all saddened to hear of the passing of conservation luminary, Dick Balharry. He was a wonderful man who achieved a great deal in conservation in Scotland. 1,119 more words


Penguins on Parade: Conflict in South Georgia - A Slideshow

The Sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia is home to some of the world’s largest breeding aggregations of penguins. Long-term monitoring studies reveal that the local population trends are complex. 694 more words

Gentoo Penguin Surfer

Walking on Water – a Gentoo penguin surfs a wave.

Image by Andy Rouse

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Openings At The U.K. Penguin Post Office

The Penguin Post has learned that there are plenty of people who want to spend five months in the bitter cold, sleeping little, be virtually isolated from the world, won’t be able to shower for up to a month and live in close proximity to three people and 2,000 penguins for five months, and work for the post office. 134 more words

New Penguin Chicks At Omaha Zoo

The Penguin Post has learned that Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium has a trio of brand new penguin chicks that are going on display today.  184 more words