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You bring a chill vibe to anywhere you go with your steady-paced personality. A member of a large colony, you still find time to move at your own pace, always down to try new things and learn new things, like swimming, dancing, or singing! You are nested in who you are but are always practicing and adding to your skill sets.

You are compatible with…

Red Panda

Mo the Sloth holding onto branches


What can you do for Penguins?

Penguin Practices

To help save species like your fellow penguins, be fast in the water like a penguin by taking shorter showers. Speeding up your showers and turning off the sink while brushing your teeth or washing your dishes helps conserve water!

What does the Cincinnati Zoo do for Penguins?

The Cincinnati Zoo helps to save African Penguins by partnering with the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB). SANCCOB has saved over 90,000 African Penguins from injuries, abandonment, or oil spills.  SANCCOB intervenes when penguin chicks are abandoned to ensure that they grow up and can become valuable members of their population. 

Did You Know?
  • All penguin species are found below the equator, but only a few live in cold climates like Antarctica! 

  • There are 18 species of penguin and only five of those species live on Antarctica, another four species live on sub-Antarctic islands.  

  • The Cincinnati Zoo’s African Penguin Point is home to a colony of penguins! Come watch them swim and play in the sand!

Come see Penguins and more at the Zoo:

Cincinnati Zoo Map

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