Baby penguins were born at The Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha over Christmas and this week they made their public debut.

The Zoo has always been successful breeding penguin chicks each year, but never more than three at a time—making this birth all the more unique.

The zoo says that the chicks eat a fish and krill formula that gives them the necessary vitamins and minerals needed to help them grow. As they get bigger they'll be able to eat small fish filets.


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