A Fiordland Crested penguin named Munroe is getting ready to put some smooth moves on Chalky and Milford, two female Fiordland penguins, at the Toranga Zoo in Sydney, Australia. Munroe was found on a beach 50 miles north of Sydney which is about 1,240 miles from his natural habitat off southern New Zealand. After recovering from this long trek, Munroe will be introduced to the females soon to breed. Being the only male, you could imagine how excited he is.
“The girls have been on their own for quite some time now. He hasn’t seen them yet but he’s heard them. He’s quite excited, he keeps trying to escape to get to them.”
– Danielle McGill, Taronga Zoo spokeswoman
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