Wed, 30 May 2012 12:47:42 GMT | By Chloe Goody
Animals of the month: May 2012

Five Humboldt penguin chicks



Five Humboldt penguin chick (© Getty Images/Mike Aguilera)
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Five Humboldt penguin chicks seem to pose perfectly for a picture at SeaWorld San Diego on May 17 in San Diego.

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