Live: Penguin hatching at Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park – Ep. 5

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The breeding season for Adelie penguins has led to the good news at Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park. Adelie penguins recently laid 15 eggs, a record number since the park opened in 2018. The incubation period of Adelie penguins generally lasts over one month. During this period, the penguin parents will take turns incubating the eggs and jointly assume the responsibility of raising the babies. Let’s take a look at how a penguin couple incubates their eggs. #ForNature #continuousstream

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