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Baby African penguins (9 images)

Updated: Dec. 20, 2012 at 9:20 AM
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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One of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, mugs for the camera in the park in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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Keeper Curtney Timm watch over Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, and will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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Keeper Robyn Arnold watches over Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, and will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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Keepers watch over Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, and will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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Keepers watch over Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, and will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom’s newest edition, five baby African Penguins, two male and three female, all born at the park between 45 to 60 days ago, will be introduced to the adult population in 2-3 weeks in Vallejo, California, on December 19, 2012. UPI/Ken James
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