The world is changing very fast in deep I do not know whether this speed will stop or not, but the amazing thing is we are seeing now the same-sex penguin couples are forming long-term relationships.
Such is the situation for male penguins named Skipper and Ping at the Berlin Zoo, who recently stepped in to parent an egg that was deserted in mid-July. Animal handlers aren’t sure what made the mother leave, however, the two male penguins weren’t going to allow the infant to die – not if they could help it.
Dealing with an egg is certifiably not a one penguin work, since, as aquarium custodian Vikki McCloskey, brings up, “You cannot incubate an egg and eat by yourself.”
She likewise expresses that penguins have “fairly strong pair bonds, especially if they’re successful in raising offspring.”
Penguins cooperate to create and incubate their eggs, and after the eggs bring forth, the parents trade off caring for the chicks and going to get food. All things considered, McCloskey takes note of that, likewise, with all species, a few people are better guardians over others.
There are an entire host of factors regarding why a penguin would stroll off its egg. In the wild, assuming your partner doesn’t return, you need to in the end go eat.
The hostage penguin may have deserted the egg because of social reasons, age requirements, detecting that the fetus had quit developing, or simply an absence of interest in mothering.
McCloskey further added: “We’ve had male-female couples abandon eggs and we’ve had male-male couples do a great job incubating and raising offspring. There’s not really a rule, per se. The main imperative is to produce viable offspring.”