Breeding Success Raises Hopes for Future of Endangered African Penguin

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  • Two African penguin chicks were born at a nature reserve in South Africa.
  • Conservationists have been working for over four years to entice the endangered birds to breed.
  • They hope that encouraging new colonies at sites close to food sources could help bring the penguins back from the brink of extinction.

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