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This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple may finally be able to parent a chick of their own. Officials at Zoo Berlin announced that Skipper and Ping, two of its male king penguins, have eagerly adopted an egg.

Meet Skipper and Ping, the same-sex penguin pair that adopted an abandoned egg 🐧

This gay penguin couple may finally be able to parent a chick of their own. Officials at Zoo Berlin announced that Skipper and Ping, two of its male king penguins, have eagerly adopted an egg.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

Skipper and Ping, two male king penguins at the Berlin Zoo, captured hearts around the world by adopting an abandoned egg together. @KellyCobiella  has the story.

Gay penguin couple Skipper and Ping adopt egg from another pair who "have not got along 100 percent and who have therefore often damaged their eggs"

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Two male #penguins  have adopted an abandoned egg at a zoo in #Berlin , Germany. Skipper and Ping are looking after the egg together after it was left by its mother. The pair previously displayed partnership rituals, indicating to #zoo  workers that they’d make nurturing parents.

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This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple may finally be able to parent a chick of their own. Officials at Zoo Berlin announced that Skipper and Ping, two of its male king penguins, have eagerly adopted an egg.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple adopted an egg together at Zoo Berlin in Germany. Skipper and Ping, both male king penguins, have shown prior interest in parenting, trying to hatch stones and fish in the past.

This gay penguin couple may finally be able to parent a chick of their own. Officials at Zoo Berlin announced that Skipper and Ping, two of its male king penguins, have eagerly adopted an egg.

A same-sex penguin couple at Berlin Zoo, who always wanted to become parents, have adopted an abandoned egg, says the zoo. Skipper & Ping had shown their instincts as nurturers by trying to hatch stones and fish. The males are now caring for the egg in "exemplary manner."

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