Will And Kate Penguin

May 7, 2011 by staff 

Will And Kate Penguin, Prince William and his new wife Catherine have adopted a baby penguin endangered called Acorn, a British zoo said Friday. But Acorn is not not going to live with the royal family newlyweds in the short term, Chester Zoo The site will remain at the zoo in northwest England with 49 other Humboldt penguins.

“Hopefully the happy couple come to see little playing Acorn in the pool too early,” said a zoo spokeswoman, who gave the penguin to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as a wedding gift.

“It’s a real honor to brag about Prince William and Kate as adopters penguin.” The zoo had asked fans on social networking sites to choose which of their 400 different species of the family should sponsor.

Humboldt penguins, which are believed to be declining in numbers due to overfishing of their food and habitat loss, received more than 20 percent of the vote.

The breed is native to several South American countries including Chile, where both William and Catherine spent part of their years apart.

Prince William is back at work as search and rescue pilot in Wales after the couple’s wedding last week.

The couple has decided to postpone their honeymoon at a secret location abroad, to a later date.

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