Lesbian penguins are this mating season’s hot new couple

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05/13/2021

Mating season is underway for the Gentoo penguins at the London’s Sea Life aquarium, and two lesbian penguin couples have already got together. The two couples – Marmalade and Chickpea and Marama and Rocky – have begun courting by bringing pebbles to each other as gifts, which will later be used to build their nests. Sea Life manager Catherine Pritchard told the BBC: “Without a doubt, our Gentoo penguins are one of our most loved creatures and we’re so pleased that we’re able to reopen our doors in time for guests to be able to witness their amazing courtship rituals. “Gentoo penguins are the ultimate romantics, and their dating techniques are truly unique – so much so that as humans, we could certainly learn a thing or two from their passion and commitment to finding a mate.

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