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    Adult gentoo penguins keep an eye on their newly born chick at Edinburgh Zoo on June 10, 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The gentoo chicks which started hatching in early May are looked after by both parents who regurgitate part digested food. When the chicks are hungry they peck the beaks of their parents to signal feeding time. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)


    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




    Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks


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Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks


Adult gentoo penguins keep an eye on their newly born chick at Edinburgh Zoo on June 10, 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The gentoo chicks which started hatching in early May are looked after by both parents who regurgitate part digested food. When the chicks are hungry they peck the beaks of their parents to signal feeding time. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)


Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks




Adult Penguins Keep An Eye On Their Newly Born Chicks


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