The First Steps of a Rockhopper Penguin

January 2nd, 2014 12:35pm

Rockhopper Penguin

A Rockhopper Penguin born on October 13 is about to make its debut in the great basin. Fed by its parents until the age of 40 days, the chick was then isolated from the colony. This practice is intended to initiate hand feeding by aquarists from polar section. It is also at this time that begins the biomedical workouts that are essential to rigorous health monitoring. Now aged 80 days his weight has reached 2.25 Kilograms. He will join the colony in January and you can recognize him by the green and gold ring he wears on the right wing.

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