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African penguins Pedro and Buddy interact with each other at the Toronto Zoo

African penguins Pedro, 10 (R) and Buddy, 21 interact with each other at the Toronto Zoo in Toronto November 8, 2011. The Toronto Zoo announced they will separate the penguins after zookeepers noticed behaviour denoting a gay relationship between the two, and pair them with females to help preserve the endangered species. Pedro and Buddy will be reunited after mating with other female penguins. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
 
 
African penguins Pedro and Buddy interact with each other at the Toronto Zoo
 
 
African penguins Pedro and Buddy interact with each other at the Toronto Zoo
 
African penguins Pedro and Buddy interact with each other at the Toronto Zoo
 
I GUESS A FATHER, SON TYPE RELATIONSHIP WAS THROWN OUT??? IF ANYONE/ANIMAL SPENDS THAT MUCH TIME TOGETHER, A BOND WILL FORM, WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE A ‘GAY’ BOND??
 
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